Corran wrote: I notice that harddup is present in the command line twice.
thanks I'll fix that. (though its actually harmless, all it'll do is set the flag to use it twice, overwriting the position at which to use it with the second occurrence. It only actually gets used once. )
Corran wrote:mencoder.exe "F:\Video\AMVs\02. Good AMVs\Grave of the Fireflies-MJ-FinalMemory.mpeg" -vf scale=480:-2,harddup -of rawvideo -nosound -vf-add harddup -subfont-autoscale 1 -subfont-text-scale 7 -slang en -ovc x264 -x264encopts threads=auto:bitrate=362:bframes=0:ref=5:subme=6:trellis=1:analyse=p8x8,b8x8,i4x4,p4x4:no-ssim:level=3:no-fast-pskip:no-
I'm guessing that isn't the complete command line but that is all that is displaying. Here is a file that you can test the harddup switch with: http://www.animemusicvideos.org/members ... hp?v=12511
This probably isn't a harddup issue, since it happens when using the builtin muxer, and mplayer itself doesn;t play the file right. the problem is It's starting the audio as soon as the vid starts instead of after the opening title. Not sure why, maybe theres some kinda mpeg flag that tells it to delay the audio that mplayer isn't reading or something, but I'll try and find out if theres a way around it. in the meantime I can add an option in the audio panel to delay the audio manually.... which is probably a good option to have available in there anyway.
I still need to test the .wmv framerate problem, so If i find out anything with that, I'll post my findings later ;p