http://xname.cc/text/video-streaming-on-wan.pdf (encode.sh)

./encode.sh [ h264 | xvid | theora | mpeg4 ]
./encode.sh [ h264 | xvid | theora | mpeg4 ]
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 http://xname.cc/text/video-streaming-on-wan.pdf   (encode.sh)

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2009-12-01 12:16:31

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linuxrawkstar · 445 weeks and 6 days ago
it s not a oneliner ! and why not put directly the script ? You can put the link to pdf in the comment eventually isn't ? ok I put it here : #!/bin/sh # # Example script to encode video in various test formats for streaming # by jaromil and xname # # commands used: #### H.264 + MP3 # mencoder -oac mp3lame -lameopts vbr=0:br=128:mode=0 # -ovc x264 -x264encopts bitrate=$bitrate #### XVID + MP3 # mencoder -oac mp3lame -lameopts vbr=0:br=128:mode=0 # -ovc xvid -xvidencopts bitrate=$bitrate #### THEORA + VORBIS # ffmpeg2theora --audiobitrate 128 --samplerate 44 -a 8 # --videobitrate $bitrate --videoquality 8 #### MPEG4 # mencoder -oac mp3lame -lameopts vbr=0:br=128:mode=0 # -ovc lavc -lavcopts vcodec=mpeg4:vbitrate=$bitrate if [ -z $1 ]; then echo "usage: $0 [ h264 | xvid | theora | mpeg4 ]" exit 1 fi ORIGS=/Streamtestfiles/Originaltestfiles/ DEST_H264=/Streamtestfiles/h264/mp3 DEST_XVID=/Streamtestfiles/xvid/mp3 DEST_THEORA=/Streamtestfiles/theora/vorbis DEST_MPEG4=/Streamtestfiles/mpeg4/mp3 mkdir -p $DEST_H264 $DEST_XVID $DEST_THEORA $DEST_MPEG4 BITRATES="200,300,600,800,1200,4000,8000" # small useful function to iterate comma separated arrays: iterate() { echo "$1" | awk ' BEGIN { RS = "," } { print $0 }'; } ########################################################## ## main () for bitrate in `iterate $BITRATES`; do for f in `ls $ORIGS`; do if [ `echo $@ | grep -i h264` ]; then ######################################################## ## H264 encoding="`echo ${f} | cut -d. -f1`_h264_$bitrate.avi" echo "(`date`) encoding $encoding" echo "using h.264/mp3 at bitrate $bitrate" echo "starting up in 3 seconds (press ctrl-c to cancel)" sleep 3 mencoder -oac mp3lame -lameopts vbr=0:br=128:mode=0 \ -ovc x264 -x264encopts bitrate=$bitrate \ ${ORIGS}/${f} -o ${DEST_H264}/${encoding} ######################################################## fi if [ `echo $@ | grep -i xvid` ]; then ######################################################## ## XVID encoding="`echo ${f} | cut -d. -f1`_xvid_$bitrate.avi" echo "(`date`) encoding $encoding" echo "using xvid/mp3 at bitrate $bitrate" echo "starting up in 3 seconds (press ctrl-c to cancel)" sleep 3 mencoder -oac mp3lame -lameopts vbr=0:br=128:mode=0 \ -ovc xvid -xvidencopts bitrate=$bitrate \ ${ORIGS}/${f} -o ${DEST_XVID}/${encoding} ######################################################## fi if [ `echo $@ | grep -i theora` ]; then ######################################################## ## THEORA encoding="`echo ${f} | cut -d. -f1`_theora_$bitrate.ogg" echo "(`date`) encoding $encoding" echo "using theora/vorbis at bitrate $bitrate" echo "starting up in 3 seconds (press ctrl-c to cancel)" sleep 3 ffmpeg2theora --audiobitrate 128 \ --videobitrate $bitrate \ ${ORIGS}/${f} -o ${DEST_THEORA}/${encoding} ######################################################## fi if [ `echo $@ | grep -i mpeg4` ]; then ######################################################## ## MPEG4 encoding="`echo ${f} | cut -d. -f1`_mpeg4_$bitrate.avi" echo "(`date`) encoding $encoding" echo "using mpeg4/mp3 at bitrate $bitrate" echo "starting up in 3 seconds (press ctrl-c to cancel)" sleep 3 mencoder -oac mp3lame -lameopts vbr=0:br=128:mode=0 \ -ovc lavc -lavcopts vcodec=mpeg4:vbitrate=$bitrate \ ${ORIGS}/${f} -o ${DEST_MPEG4}/${encoding} ######################################################## fi done done ## end ########################################################################
eastwind · 445 weeks and 6 days ago

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