[FFmpeg-user] capturing television rtp

juan carlos Rebate nerus492 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 8 21:05:33 CET 2016

This topic is mentioned rtp because this video was captured by a stream rtp
quality if maintained since the codec used in the command line is the
same provider uses

2016-03-07 9:18 GMT+01:00 Carl Eugen Hoyos <cehoyos at ag.or.at>:
> juan carlos Rebate <nerus492 <at> gmail.com> writes:
>> my Internet provider also offers me television (rtp), I have used
>> ffmpeg to capture a documentary with a duration of one hour,
>> transmitted atraves of one of these channels.
>> I have tried to preserve the codec of video and the quality, have
>> tried to select the audio codec like mp3, I have tried to eliminate
>> the audio track that was not of interest and have tried to eliminate
>> the subtitles track to reduce the size of the file, nevertheless I
>> obtain multiple bugs that I believe they are related to the audio,
>> >ffmpeg -i imput1.ts -vcodec libxvid -b:v 2282 -acodec mp3
>> -ac 0 -sn output1.avi
> You write in your subject that you need support with
> rtp but your command line does not relate to rtp (afaict).
> You write above that you tried to preserve the video
> codec but your command line contains "-vcodec libxvid".
> You write that you get "multiple bugs related to audio"
> but you don't explain what kind of bugs you get.
> I don't think "-ac 0" can have any useful effect.
>> I have realized the input of the following departure:
> And I don't understand this sentence.
> I don't think it is easily possible to give "good answers"
> no matter how often I read your mail.
> Carl Eugen
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