Curious why you're bothering to do this now when 4tb harddrives are
always on sale in the $90 range. 6+ years ago it made more sense but
now it seems like too little too late. Just wondering....
On Tue, Jun 14, 2016 at 6:21 AM, Richard F <li...@keynet-technology.com> wrote:
> I will do.
> Now I'm testing it on a range of recordings, I'm seeing a few issues
> with ffmpeg/libraries, which I'm addressing with workarounds or reports
> to the ffmpeg devs.
> The aim is to convert all old VDR1.6, and current VDR2.x recordings,
> including radio, as well automatic transcoding after a recording is
> made, retaining 100% perceived quality / stream content which is
> possible with careful codec/parameter selection. Perhaps a plugin one
> day to save as x264/aac if the stream isn't already in that format, as
> the space saving can be as much as 50% (e.g. last night an SD recording
> reduced from 995M to 497M).
> Subtitle streams seem to be the largest issue currently - probably not
> so well tested.
> On 9/06/2016 19:52, Stephan Loescher wrote:
>> Hi Richard,
>> Would you share your script, after finishing?
>> Would be very interesting!
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