Commands by theflyingbear (1)

  • ffmpeg [source specification if needed] -i $src -an -vcodec libx264 -coder 0 -threads 0 -flags +loop -cmp +chroma -partitions +parti4x4+partp8x8+partb8x8 -subq 5 -trellis 1 -refs 1 -coder 0 -me_range 16 -keyint_min 25 -sc_threshold 40 -i_qfactor 0.71 -rc_eq 'blurCplx^(1-qComp)' -qcomp 0.6 -qmin 10 -qmax 51 -level 13 -g 15 -crf 25 -s 320x224 -aspect 16:9 -r 15 -b 186000 -vb 186000 -minrate 176700 -maxrate 195300 -bt 9300 -bufsize 262500 -muxrate 195300 -vglobal 1 -f rtp rtp://$dstIP:$dstVideoPort1 -vn -acodec libfaac -async 2 -flags +global_header -ac 1 -ar 44100 -ab 64000 -f rtp rtp://$dstIP:$dstAudioPort1 -newaudio -an -vcodec libx264 -coder 0 -threads 0 -flags +loop -cmp +chroma -partitions +parti4x4+partp8x8+partb8x8 -subq 5 -trellis 1 -refs 1 -coder 0 -me_range 16 -keyint_min 25 -sc_threshold 40 -i_qfactor 0.71 -rc_eq 'blurCplx^(1-qComp)' -qcomp 0.6 -qmin 10 -qmax 51 -level 13 -g 20 -crf 25 -s 320x224 -aspect 16:9 -r 20 -b 286000 -vb 286000 -minrate 271700 -maxrate 300300 -bt 14300 -bufsize 367500 -muxrate 300300 -vglobal 1 -f rtp rtp://$dstIP:$dstVideoPort2 -newvideo -vn -acodec libfaac -async 2 -flags +global_header -ac 1 -ar 44100 -ab 64000 -f rtp rtp://$dstIP:$dstAudioPort2 -newaudio -an -vcodec libx264 -coder 0 -threads 0 -flags +loop -cmp +chroma -partitions +parti4x4+partp8x8+partb8x8 -subq 5 -trellis 1 -refs 1 -coder 0 -me_range 16 -keyint_min 25 -sc_threshold 40 -i_qfactor 0.71 -rc_eq 'blurCplx^(1-qComp)' -qcomp 0.6 -qmin 10 -qmax 51 -level 30 -g 25 -crf 25 -s 480x336 -aspect 16:9 -r 25 -b 386000 -vb 386000 -minrate 366700 -maxrate 405300 -bt 19300 -bufsize 472500 -muxrate 405300 -vglobal 1 -f rtp rtp://$dstIP:$dstVideoPort3 -newvideo -vn -acodec libfaac -async 2 -flags +global_header -ac 2 -ar 44100 -ab 64000 -f rtp rtp://$dstIP:$dstAudioPort3 -newaudio -an -vcodec libx264 -coder 0 -threads 0 -flags +loop -cmp +chroma -partitions +parti4x4+partp8x8+partb8x8 -subq 5 -trellis 1 -refs 1 -coder 0 -me_range 16 -keyint_min 25 -sc_threshold 40 -i_qfactor 0.71 -rc_eq 'blurCplx^(1-qComp)' -qcomp 0.6 -qmin 10 -qmax 51 -level 30 -g 25 -crf 25 -s 480x336 -aspect 16:9 -r 25 -b 686000 -vb 686000 -minrate 651700 -maxrate 720300 -bt 34300 -bufsize 787500 -muxrate 720300 -vglobal 1 -f rtp rtp://$dstIP:$dstVideoPort4 -newvideo -vn -acodec libfaac -async 2 -flags +global_header -ac 2 -ar 44100 -ab 64000 -f rtp rtp://$dstIP:$dstAudioPort4 -newaudio Show Sample Output


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    ffmpeg -i $src -an -vcodec [...details in description...] rtp rtp://$dstIP:$dstAudioPort4 -newaudio
    theflyingbear · 2011-07-29 15:36:37 0

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