[FFmpeg-user] Convert iPhone MOV to Android MP4
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Thu Mar 9 11:29:45 EET 2017
Am 09.03.2017 um 07:41 schrieb Michele Monteferrante:
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> Inviato da iPhone
>> Il giorno 09 mar 2017, alle ore 01:04, Richard Duran <ricdur2 at gmail.com> ha scritto:
>> On Mar 8, 2017 3:22 PM, "Cley Faye" <cleyfaye at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 2017-03-08 23:06 GMT+01:00 Richard Duran <ricdur2 at gmail.com>:
>>> Example #2, input with pcm_s16le, input bitrate of 705 kb/s. Output
>>> defaults to 69 kb/s. I would have expected the output bitrate to match
>>> of the input. Does AAC support that high of a bitrate?
>> What are you trying to do and to what end? Matching the bitrates between
>> pcm (uncompressed) and AAC (lossy compression) doesn't make much sense.
>> Ah! That distinction didn't even occur to me. To answer your question: I'm
>> trying to retain as much of the source data as possible in moving video
>> from an iPhone to an Android-based phone.
>> I'll try my luck with ALAC instead of AAC.
>> Thanks for the input.
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