The source format is flexible at this point. I am trying to map out a work flow and my first test was to convert an hour long .avi file using ffmpeg2dirac. I did not specify to use Schrodinger and I let the program determine all of the other params so the encoding/transcoding (whichever applies here) was certainly not optimized for speed but the time remaining on the encoding after I let it run for about 30 minutes was around 8 hours and the video was not HD.
Ultimately I will be using an HD camera (not purchased yet) and working in some video editing software (still not entirely sure which one yet) I'm looking at Cinelerra but I may go with a windows based software package. The goal is to create HD videos to display on HD tv's from a Linux device of my own making. I figured I better get the work flow figured out before I start buying equipment.
When I started playing with ffmpeg2dirac it occurred to me that it would be nice to split the file up among separate machines and then ... well you know the deal (I'm getting long winded here) ... the point is that I have some flexibility with the source format.
thanks for your interest.
what is your source format?
2010/1/5 Brian Duffy <email@example.com>:
> Hi all,
> Thanks for your input, I'll try to keep up with your changes Yorn (although
> the link to your site seems to be down :-(
> In the meantime, would it be possible to accomplish this outside of the ogg
> container? So, for instance, could I split up a raw video source in VegasPro
> or some other editor and then encode the separate parts to dirac and
> concatenate them prior to placing them in an ogg container? Please forgive
> my ignorance of the process. If anyone knows of a way to ... divide up a
> source video file (with audio) ... convert it to dirac/vorbis ... and
> re-assemble the dirac/vorbis encoded segments into one seamless video (with
> audio) that I can then place in some container like ogg or Metroska (or
> whatever) please let me know.
> On Thu, Dec 31, 2009 at 5:04 AM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Hey all,
>> > What format is the source material in? I'm wondering why the video
>> > source is in Ogg already.
>> > Anyway, OggCat can do what you want:
>> > http://en.flossmanuals.net/TheoraCookbook/ManipulateOggTheoraFiles
>> Actually there is no position/timing interpreter for oggCat. It is needed
>> to interpret the granule position of a dirac video. It would not be to
>> difficult to implement an if I got some spare time, I gonna do that.
>> However, I am rewriting oggCat, to make it more precise to vorbis audio