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Description: A free command line video editing tool
Download: mencoder.lha
Version: r33043
Date: 13 Mar 2011
Category: video/edit
FileID: 6278
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Comment by: Varthall ( 28 Dec 2010, 13:30File version: r32716
That's an interesting question, I have never thought to test this, I'll take a look.
Comment by: Thematic ( 28 Dec 2010, 08:02File version: r32716
Did this have large file support? I don't have a sensible source to test with at the moment.
Comment by: Thematic ( 02 Dec 2010, 00:56File version: 1.0rc2_02
Varthall, stackcookies can be overridden as a rule. AFAIK only if the program would readjust its stack while running this wouldn't be the case, but unix-like software don't actually do this since the kernel/OS handles it. IOW no need to set a super high stackcookie for a release.
Comment by: Varthall ( 30 Nov 2010, 20:47File version: 1.0rc2_02
Before deciding a stack value I'd like to do some research first. I use a stack value of 10M which has always been enough on my system, but I'd like to find out if this setting isn't way too big or if it's barely enough, and if stack usage of MEncoder differs across CPUs (G4, G3, 440. 460). Moreover, in the case the stack cookie value becomes too small on a new architecture (e.g. the new X1000's CPU), can this value be overridden by the stack command given in the shell before running the program?

AFAIK for MEncoder there's only SimpleSub, which is a GUI for managing subtitles in videos.
Comment by: Larry ( 07 Sep 2010, 18:08File version: 1.0rc2_02
Exist a GUI for Mencoder on Amiga?
Comment by: MickJT ( 07 Sep 2010, 12:48File version: 1.0rc2_02
Thematic, ffmpeg 0.6 has libxvid (-vcodec libxvid). Just use the ffmpeg GUI if you don't know the command line options.
Comment by: MickJT ( 07 Sep 2010, 12:47File version: 1.0rc2_02
No stack cookie? Shouldn't have to tell people to run it with a big stack.
Comment by: Thematic ( 06 Sep 2010, 19:58File version: 1.0rc2_02
Thanks for this, xvid is interesting. AFAIK ffmpeg (here) doesn't have it.
Comment by: Varthall ( 05 Oct 2008, 23:18File version: 1.0rc2_01
Thanks for the link, I'll add the link to the readme. Have you tried them on
this version?

Afxgroup, the author of the previous mencoder version, is willing to make a new
verson of both MPlayer and FFMpeg as soon as he has time. Is the latest FFMpeg
port too slow?
Comment by: TSK ( 03 Oct 2008, 20:04File version: 1.0rc2_01
@Varthall / PFP can you make a new (and faster) port of ffmpeg too ?
Comment by: SKOLMAN_MWS ( 03 Oct 2008, 14:52File version: 1.0rc2_01
Comment by: SKOLMAN_MWS ( 03 Oct 2008, 10:37File version: 1.0rc2_01
RealMedia (RMVB) codecs for MEncoder/MPlayer and other
Comment by: Thematic ( 13 Aug 2006, 21:50File version: 1.0pre8.07
Nice, now I don't have to use standalone lame to do a video with mp3. When I
need it I mean, didn't try yet.
Comment by: Thematic ( 10 May 2006, 23:11File version: 1.0pre8a
A video with mp3 audio instead of pcm.
Comment by: afxgroup ( 10 May 2006, 09:58File version: 1.0pre8a
what do u want to do?
Comment by: Thematic ( 10 May 2006, 08:02File version: 1.0pre8a
Could this be compiled with libmp3lame support? Or can I use ogg vorbis with
this version somehow?

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