First of all, sorry if this is not the appropriate forum - I am interested in
melt in command line mode; I could see some related posts on the Internet coming up here, so I thought I'd ask here... Please let me know if another forum is more appropriate.
To begin with, I had a problem finding some basic examples of working in command line mode - so I ended up posting this (sort of) "tutorial":
I wanted to post that at the same wiki as http://mltframework.org/twiki/bin/view/MLT/MltMelt (maybe as a
MltMeltUsage page), but it looks like "registration has been temporarily disabled" there. Anyways, I (or whoever else may want to) can copy that content to the wiki if that is desired.
I have these questions about
melt in command line mode:
melt0.6.2, I can specify
.flvfiles on the command line, or through
xml:file.mltXML serialization file - but using the same
.flvfiles in a simple serialization file (via
-serialise file.melt) cause a segfault.
meltbe used for transcoding? I have noticed that something like:
melt inputvid.flv in=10 out=40 -consumer libdv > test.dv
creates a file, which plays with corrupt video and corrupt audio in
melt - and with corrupt video and no audio in
inputvid.flv is otherwise handled nicely by
melt (unless it is in a simple serialization file).
meltexport uncompressed video and audio - also separately? I'd hope for something like either uncompressed 'combined'
.AVI(containing uncompressed audio and video); or separate uncompressed video
.AVIwith uncompressed audio
.pngimage sequence as uncompressed video with uncompressed audio
Many thanks in advance for any answers,