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

belcampo belcampo at zonnet.nl
Sat Oct 8 19:17:26 CEST 2011

On 10/08/2011 06:49 PM, DasDing wrote:
> I have an idea:
> Maybe I can take the source from DVB Viewer and stream it with vlc media
> player to an adress for example: And later get
> it with ffmpeg and transcode it.
> It's an difficult way I know, but I must ecnode it with ffmpeg.
> I tested it, but I only get sound in ffmpeg. Maybe I have wrong settings. I
> used as container MPEG-TS, as video codec MPEG2 and as audio codec mp3.
> Do anybody know some settings that works with ffmpeg?
I'm almost 100% certain that the problem lies in the way DVB Viewer 
creates the MPEG-TS container. You'll have to find a way to create a 
MPEG-TS conformant file, or conformant file in an MKV or MP4 container. 
Otherwise no way to make any encoder, be it ffmpeg or mencoder or vlc 
that will do the job you need.
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