On 2016-03-07 22:09, jdd wrote:
Le 07/03/2016 21:17, Carlos E. R. a écrit :
If I tell ffmpg to convert the entire stream to
something, there are
losses. If then use another editor to remove sections, there are more
For MTS files:
if there are loss, it means the original file is bad.
I mean that most video codec compress at a loss of data, same as jpeg,
mp3, etc. They remove detail from the image so that it compresses more.
Only ProjectX can
demux it, and only on SD files. It's extremely slow. I know of no other
program able to do so.
I find it very fast, but I'm able to use it only on the movies from one
(NB: I just visited Toledo today, wonderful city!!)
Indeed! It is. :-)
If you like old cities, try to visit Cuenca (shouth-east of Madrid).
Toledo was capital of the empire with Carlos I, an important city
several times. Cuenca is very much "provincial", big contrast. "Deep
Spain" so to speak.
Segovia (north of Madrid) is also interesting. For you, if you go there,
stop at "La Granja (de San Idelfonso)", which would only be a village,
were it not for having the summer palace of the first Borbons in Spain.
The gardens where designed by Le Nôtre, who also did Versalles.
Cheers / Saludos,
Carlos E. R.
(from 13.1 x86_64 "Bottle" at Telcontar)