[FFmpeg-user] Converting avi-mp4 to h.264 as used by ISDB-T tuner? how?

Gabri Nurtinaz Shally gabri.ns at gmail.com
Mon Jun 4 07:45:27 CEST 2012

On Jun 4, 2012 12:19 PM, "Fernando Cassia" <fcassia at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a ISDB-T DTT TV tuner with an USB port that is able to play
> back .TS (MPEG4 H.264 Transport stream) files.
> However, if I save AVI and/or MP4 moves to a pen drive and copy such
> files there, it refuses to play back them.
> Is it possible to use FFMPEG to convert avi and or mp4 files to H.264
> .TS that this tuner can play back? how?.
> My question is perhaps more generic: does the .TS include anything
> specific to the digital television standard used? ie, is a .TS
> recorded from a DVB-T tuner different from a .TS recorded from a
> ISDB-T device?, or is the .TS by the time is saved to disk, stripped
> of all encoding singularities used by each digital tv standard?
> Thanks in advance.
> FC
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revolutionary act
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if you have example ts file, you can check its codec n transcode your video
to the same configuration. my guess is it in dvd format. you can search how
to convert a video file to a format that dvd compliance.

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