[FFmpeg-user] Make conversion go faster

Alexander Bieliaev alexanderb at callcabinet.com
Thu Sep 14 14:54:26 EEST 2023

I tried to do like this:

 -i "\\.\pipe\FFMpegCore_b9e2a5fa-e574-4c64-a3fa-c5e195fca395" -c:a
libmp3lame -f mp3
"\\.\pipe\FFMpegCore_de5d8dc0-cc91-4d8d-afe5-1240d7b06e9b" -y

doesn't seem to run much faster
am I missing something?


On Wed, Sep 13, 2023 at 7:16 PM H. Vidal, Jr. <hvidal at tesseract-tech.com>

> On 9/13/23 12:08, Ferdi Scholten wrote:
> > Hi! I'm using this command to convert wav audio to mp3:
> >>   -i "\\.\pipe\FFMpegCore_d1110724-bf07-4ada-9ea4-5b404aea3d52" -b:a
> >> 64k -f
> >> mp3 "\\.\pipe\FFMpegCore_c9edc9bd-8061-42a8-a806-ff34bfa7408d" -y
> >>
> >> I would like it to go faster. How can I make it faster?
> >> Thanks!
> >>
> >
> I don't know the benchmarks, but you might want to look at Lame
> for a Wave-to-MP3 solution.
> It is certainly a generally available package under most
> Linux distros; don't know if it is available for Win
> and OSX (latter more likely?)
> https://lame.sourceforge.io/
> Good luck.
> H. Vidal, Jr.
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