[FFmpeg-user] Fast Conversion with compressed size and maintain Quality

AMIT KUMAR amitksoft8 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 12 20:15:12 EET 2019

Sorry for any disturbance and i apologise. But if you have any solution
then please guide me.

Thanks for your support and i really apologise.

On Tue, 12 Feb 2019 11:39 pm Carl Zwanzig <cpz at tuunq.com wrote:

> On 2/12/2019 9:56 AM, AMIT KUMAR wrote:
> > Please help me to resolve that issue . I need the solution or command
> line .
> First, you need to stop "top posting" (look it up if necessary).
> Second, you need to be patient- this is not a paid support service. Some
> of
> the most knowledgeable people live in Europe and may be either asleep or
> working their day jobs right now.
> Third, research what the various command options, such as -cfr do.
> "compress
> and Maintain quality and convert without taking too much time" it may be
> impossible to achieve all of those together. Generally speaking,
> high-quality compression takes longer than low-quality, and
> quickly-performed high-quality compression makes larger output files.
> Forth, include in email the full commands you've already tried _with_ the
> complete text output of them, and explain why they don't do what you want.
> (And if you're using a version of ffmpeg older than a few months, the
> first
> thing many people will tell you is to update to the current version, so
> you
> might as well do that now.)
> Later,
> z!
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