x264 command on chakra with --version option reports:x264 0.128.1775+676M c9cd878 Can someone help me understand how does this number relate to the version (currently r2230) as reported on x264.nl web-site?Thanks
Blu-ray, as the winner of short HD video format wars, is starting to become increasingly popular. Blu-ray players are cheaper than ever and widely available and there is plenty of content available, Hollywood blockbusters, TV shows and more. But for the ‘average Joe’ video maker, Blu-ray is still a pipe dream. Professional Blu-ray...
x264, the free software library for encoding video streams into H.264/MPEG-4 AVC formats, has now gained the capability to generate Blue-ray compliant videos. Because of x264's high compression feature, it is even possible to author Blue-ray videos on dual or single layer DVDs.
Hi: After this you should end up with super-new ffmpeg version with x264 and deb files that you can install on other machines. Warning: I am not a compiling expert, but i happen to know some basic stuff around ffmpeg and x264 due to exposure.
I have just started using Ubuntu or Linux to be precise since a few days back and I am still learning to get around. So I have this project where I need to get a H.264 source code in C where I would need to "insert" some short video to see its output.