how would this be changed to do AVC on the documentation website for
FFmpeg it says it can only decode h.264
anybody out there suggest QT for doing this over ffmpeg?
thanks for your help
On Oct 11, 2006, at 12:00 PM, Charles wrote:
Only the first URL seems to be valid, but that file is using the
I'm assuming you're using the AVC codec for your QuickTime exports,
would explain the difference. FFmpeg can create MPEG-4 files with
Behalf Of David Reaugh
Sent: Wednesday, October 11, 2006 8:04 AM
Subject: ffmpeg vs Quicktime
I am sure this email will be interesting. Our company in the past
has used QT on a mac to process medical video in MPEG4 for viewing
over the web. We are (due to market pressures) switching to a PC
product that is being developed and we are finding that QT takes
longer but yeilds much better results at lower bit rates than ffmpeg.
The grayscale color palate in ffmeg seems to be more limited. This
also may be just the way we use it. What are people's opinion or
experiences in doing this. I have linked the comparisons at the same
bit rate below. We want to use QT MPEG4 and eventually move the H@^$
but it seems very slow.
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