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== HTML besides PDF ==
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Is there a HTML version of THEORA.PDF ?
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http://www.xiph.org/vorbis/doc/Vorbis_I_spec.html <- OK
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http://www.xiph.org/theora/doc/Theora_spec_2008-05-05.html <- none yet ?
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[[User:DOS386|DOS386]] 03:23, 6 May 2008 (PDT)
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== OGG batch encoding possible on windows system??? ==
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Is there ANY way to create a batch encoding of uncompressed .MOV files on a windows system into .OGG video files?
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Basically SUPER batches files that are damaged (green artifacts)
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I´ve got clean examples out of VLC in single transcodings, but once I switch to batch encodings the stream breaks (as you probably already know)
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ffmpeg with an WinFF GUI frontend does the same
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--[[User:Dunkelzahn|Dunkelzahn]] 16:05, 27 September 2010 (UTC)
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:You should try ffmpeg2theora from the command line.  If you also install MinGW or Cygwin you can then use the bash shell like "for i in *.mov; do ffmpeg2theora -V 2000 $i; done".  --[[User:Gmaxwell|Gmaxwell]] 16:07, 27 September 2010 (UTC)
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Hey Gmaxwell,
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thanks for the tip, I just set up a batch conversion and the first files are coming along quite nicely. No artefacts yet. I didn´t go the MingGQ/Cygwin path, opting instead for a .bat file that cycles through all the MOV files.
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I´ll update tomorrow and give a short feedback on how it went
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Cheers
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--[[User:Dunkelzahn|Dunkelzahn]] 16:28, 27 September 2010 (UTC)
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Ooookay,
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it worked allright, but I still believe that this is not a professional user-friendly approach to batch processing OGG video files in a project-based enviroment. Anybody care to write a GUI-based OGG converter for Windows that allows batch processing and individual tweaking of Theora/Vorbis settings. I believe there are already enough command line/linux Theora applications out there ;)
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--[[User:Dunkelzahn|Dunkelzahn]] 07:46, 28 September 2010 (UTC)

Revision as of 07:46, 28 September 2010

HTML besides PDF

Is there a HTML version of THEORA.PDF ?

http://www.xiph.org/vorbis/doc/Vorbis_I_spec.html <- OK

http://www.xiph.org/theora/doc/Theora_spec_2008-05-05.html <- none yet ?

DOS386 03:23, 6 May 2008 (PDT)

OGG batch encoding possible on windows system???

Is there ANY way to create a batch encoding of uncompressed .MOV files on a windows system into .OGG video files?

Basically SUPER batches files that are damaged (green artifacts) I´ve got clean examples out of VLC in single transcodings, but once I switch to batch encodings the stream breaks (as you probably already know) ffmpeg with an WinFF GUI frontend does the same

--Dunkelzahn 16:05, 27 September 2010 (UTC)

You should try ffmpeg2theora from the command line. If you also install MinGW or Cygwin you can then use the bash shell like "for i in *.mov; do ffmpeg2theora -V 2000 $i; done". --Gmaxwell 16:07, 27 September 2010 (UTC)

Hey Gmaxwell,

thanks for the tip, I just set up a batch conversion and the first files are coming along quite nicely. No artefacts yet. I didn´t go the MingGQ/Cygwin path, opting instead for a .bat file that cycles through all the MOV files.

I´ll update tomorrow and give a short feedback on how it went

Cheers

--Dunkelzahn 16:28, 27 September 2010 (UTC)

Ooookay,

it worked allright, but I still believe that this is not a professional user-friendly approach to batch processing OGG video files in a project-based enviroment. Anybody care to write a GUI-based OGG converter for Windows that allows batch processing and individual tweaking of Theora/Vorbis settings. I believe there are already enough command line/linux Theora applications out there ;)

--Dunkelzahn 07:46, 28 September 2010 (UTC)

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