(2014-07-28 08:52)nickr Wrote:
(2014-07-28 07:26)RVD26 Wrote:
(2014-07-28 06:35)nickr Wrote: I would imagine something like
(But my ffmpeg is a bit rusty).
ffmpeg -i file.mkv -vcodec copy -acodec copy -o file.ts
I'm sorry, but I have no idea what this means.
How do you convert?
I really want to be able to watch my blu-ray rips on this device.
I am not quite sure what you mean. ffmpeg is a program for transcoding video and audio files. In this case I am proposing to use it just for changing the container from mkv to ts. The codecs are not changed, just the container so it is pretty quick and will not change the quality of the video or audio. ffmpeg is pretty well documented on many web sites, and is available for most operating systems. As I say, I am a little rusty and wrote that sample command from memory. Feel free to play.
I'm sorry, but I'm just not familiar with all this stuff.
I downloaded ffmpeg and even got WinFF, as I read that would make things easier.
I have looked at countless tutorials, but still cannot figure out how to convert my VC-1 mkv files to .ts files.
I am not even sure if that will help my problem.
Is there not another program (that is a lot easier to use) that can do the convert?