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how are these combinations of codecs with containers?

Started by garin, June 20, 2012, 08:03:56 pm

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styrol

Yes, it was a typo, I have corrected it in my initial answer. AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) would have been correct.

garin

Quote from: styrol on June 23, 2012, 10:00:11 am
Yes, it was a typo, I have corrected it in my initial answer. AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) would have been correct.


ok, it was a persistent one as it got quoted.. and went uncorrected in the quotes.


i've now corrected it in my posts and quotes in my posts.

it still appears in replies 5 and 6,   one is yours, one is JM's, quoting me.. 

so I think is worth correcting in those 2 posts.

i'll then delete this post. and the part of my post asking "what is arc".
just to clear things up.

garin

I'm making this post here rather than in the GUI thread, because it's a largely technical question.

Video

copy could be changed-
Copy  -->   Copy H.263,AVC(x264)   (if that's the current one)

MPEG-4 AVC -->  H.263,AVC(x264)
MPEG-4 ASP(Xvid) -->   Mpeg-4 Visual (Xvid)
MPEG-4 ASP (mpeg4) --> Mpeg-4 Visual (libavcodec)

Which of these would you change and how?

MPEG-2 (mpeg2video)
  MPEG-2 (mpeg2enc)
  MPEG-2 requant
  MPEG-1 (mpeg1video)
  MPEG-1 (mpeg2enc)
  M-JPEG
  H.263
  Sorenson Spark
  DV
  Huffyuv
  FFVHuff
  FFV1
  YV12 (raw)


Jan Gruuthuse

Quote from: garin on June 23, 2012, 09:45:41 pm
...
Video

copy could be changed-
Copy  -->   Copy H.263,AVC(x264)   (if that's the current one)
...

Copy should stay copy.  It takes the existing video/audio content as it is and puts it in what ever destination (container). Please don't over complicate matters as it is all ready difficult enough as it is.