nopower at suse.com
Fri Nov 30 06:28:48 PST 2012
On 30/11/12 13:16, Christian Lohmaier wrote:
> Hi Noel, *,
> I might be missing something - but a spreadsheet document is not a
> screencast video...
doh!! but obviously I copied the wrong link
http://users.freedesktop.org:8080/~noelp/zoom/zoomcast.ogv is what I meant
> for me the high bit rate "--v_bitrate 2000000" was necessary to smoothly
> capture mouse movements,
> Strange that the bitrate has impact - should have been the framerate..
> But with low bitrate the image gets "muddy", so maybe that's what you
no really for me the main problem was it seemed not to pick up fast
movements I can't recall exactly now whether it was additionally
'muddy', don't think it was but...
>> so.. onto the subtitles lots of google hits make me try 'aegisub' but this
>> was a waste of time for me, just didn't work,
> Works excellent for me :-) - but may need a little time to get used to
> on how to define when a subtitle should be displayed (in other words
> on how to do timing)
unfortunately aegisub really just didn't work, complained about no video
provider ( or some error that sounded vaguely like that ). From looking
around it appeared it should use ffmpeg but aegisub didn't see it and
didn't provide a way for me to point it at it ( there was a box in the
options for choosing a video provider but it was grayed out, there was
also a config file I tried to hack all to no avail ) so I just gave up :-(
> My key point is to not use a chain of lossless conversions, but only
> to do the lossless one as last step.
as interesting as the arcade of options to the various tools above is (
thanks for posting them :-), sometime I will find the time to look at
them more closely ) what I really was after was a way to go from ogv
video +.srt file ( or .ass if you prefer ) -> ogv file with re-encoded
subtitles ideally *without* the need to download restricted formats [*]
not sure if the info above tells me that, I guess I need more time to
study what's there more
[*] not that I am not adverse to downloading restricted codecs and the
like but I tend to keep my work desktop machine clear of stuff from
non-distro ( e.g. packman and the like ) repos that can cause zypper to
complain about this version and that version of this and that
conflicting etc. when upgrading installing etc.
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