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Re: Semi-Native HDV import 8 years, 9 months ago #4310

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drkuli wrote:
It was a pleasure. I hope khaver won't blame me of stolen thread.


drkuli, you're now on my hit list.

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Re: Semi-Native HDV import 8 years, 9 months ago #4313

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Never mind Here, in Poland we are not supposed to make any joke about 'eagle has landed', because of not so big but very loud group of my fellow citizens...
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Re: Semi-Native HDV import 8 years, 8 months ago #6003

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drkuli wrote:
Take a look here, there are 14 front-ends/GUIs listed. I have no idea which are open source.

I find WinFF a good front end gui for ffmpeg, and it batch processes nicely. Also consider Avanti gui but it s a bit more complicated

Re: Semi-Native HDV import 8 years, 7 months ago #6663

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+1 for WinFF, It's easy and higly configurable!

Re: Semi-Native HDV import 8 years, 7 months ago #6668

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Avanti is listed as working with the FFmbc libraries that may or may not be included with FFmpeg. That said I haven't had the time to work with it yet.

Re: Semi-Native HDV import 8 years, 7 months ago #7489

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khaver wrote:

Now we need to change our HDV m2t files to avi files. FFMpeg can do this without transcoding them. Go to the directory where you have your HDV m2t files. Enter the command:
Path\to ffmpeg\ffmpeg -i yourHDV.m2t -vcodec copy -vtag MPG2 -an yourHDV.avi

This will run extremely fast because it only copies the MPG2 video data into an AVI container.

To make the wav files, use the command:
Path\to ffmpeg\ffmpeg -i yourHDV.m2t -vn -acodec pcm_s16le yourHDV.wav



Thanks for your post. Would you mind to explain it more details about how to put this commands? Thanks again.

Re: Semi-Native HDV import 8 years, 7 months ago #7493

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You need to be familiar with Windows Command Prompt.
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Re: Semi-Native HDV import 8 years, 7 months ago #7496

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Can't you make this happen with one of the GUIs for ffmpeg? Maybe WinFF?

Re: Semi-Native HDV import 8 years, 7 months ago #7498

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I think it's possible, but I don't have WinFF at hand. khaver used command line and the whole procedure (described in first post) involves ffdshow VfW installation and configuration, registry editing... so using command line seems to be a breeze.
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Re: Semi-Native HDV import 8 years, 7 months ago #7507

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drkuli wrote:
You need to be familiar with Windows Command Prompt.


Does you mean use the dos command in window?
Like the following?

Start
cmd
c:\>

?

Re: Semi-Native HDV import 8 years, 7 months ago #7513

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You was asking
how to put this commands?
Command line is exactly what khaver was using and what I was suggesting.
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Re: Semi-Native HDV import 8 years, 7 months ago #7532

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If I remember correctly, Windows ceased to be based on Dos from Windows XP onwards so what used to be called the "Dos command prompt" is now known simply as "command prompt".
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Re: Semi-Native HDV import 8 years, 7 months ago #7536

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shaunthesheep wrote:
If I remember correctly, Windows ceased to be based on Dos from Windows XP onwards
Just to clarify. None of Windows NT was and is DOS based. So Win2K and onwards also. The last one, which contained DOS was Win98; WinME to the some extent.
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Re: Semi-Native HDV import 8 years, 7 months ago #7538

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drkuli wrote:
shaunthesheep wrote:
If I remember correctly, Windows ceased to be based on Dos from Windows XP onwards
Just to clarify. None of Windows NT was and is DOS based. So Win2K and onwards also. The last one, which contained DOS was Win98; WinME to the some extent.


Thanks for the clarification, I was just looking it up at Wikipedia site and you are right.

So to answer canuser's question, yes use the command prompt in the way you described.
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Re: Semi-Native HDV import 8 years, 7 months ago #7691

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Thanks for all of your help.

I followed what Khaver's steps but I can't make it work for me. The LW still can't recognise the files.

Attached herewith the file types.

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