On 2016-03-07 20:20, jdd wrote:
MTS (aka numerical TV files) often have faulty frames,
and only a MTS
reader can cope with this. This gives with most readers out of synv
audio... I know of no solution.
Most of my videos come from a TV recorder, and I do them using two
programs in Java: cridmanager and projectX. It does no conversion, just
allows cutting at the GOP point, allowing removal of any section. It is
quite fast, I can "adapt" a dozen of videos at the same time. And it
runs in Java, so works both in Linux and Windows. And it handles both
language tracks, only that the ordering is unpredicatable.
After having a file with the material I want, I can use ffmpeg to recode
it at a smaller size.
However, these new videos come from a different device. Instead of over
the air, they are transmitted on fibre, and the result is already an
mpeg file, of a huge size, like 12 or more gigabytes. Several resolutions.
Cheers / Saludos,
Carlos E. R.
(from 13.1 x86_64 "Bottle" at Telcontar)