[FFmpeg-user] No encpding Frames with MPEG-TS H.264

belcampo belcampo at zonnet.nl
Tue Oct 4 19:29:04 CEST 2011

On 10/04/2011 07:23 PM, DasDing wrote:
> belcampo wrote:
>> The difference is that 'normal' TV is mpeg2 with 25fps and a certain
>> I-frame every 12th frame.
>> HD is h264 with far less certainty when an I-frame comes, that's why I
>> suggested to 1st save the file. But as you stated that also isn't
>> working. VLC also can encode, is that working with the file you have ?
> Yeah, I know that normal TV channels are in MPEG-2 and HD Channels in h.264,
> but I think vlc is not really an alternative for me.
I only asked to be sure there is no problem with the source file, just 
for testing purpose.
> Is there no way to get it work with ffmpeg? Because I saw that ffmpeg can
> also encode h.264 and AVC so why not with the source from DVB Viewer?
I encode daily h264 material with ffmpeg without any problem. source 
coming frome satelite DVB-S
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