buju wrote:It looks like both ways work in order to reduce the wireless throughput required.
Yet, I wonder why in the PS3 XMB menu the video files show up as MPEG2 - in both cases: tsmuxer and mencoder?
Under file info it would show the transoded file type and size as MPEG2 and 94GB, while the original is H.264 + DTS and 6.2GB.
I would expect to see avc, mp4, or some other H.264 compatible container, and the original file size, or very close to that.
NOTE: for my HD files from my camcorder the file format is .mts and in PS3 I do see
I am even starting to wonder if I am really seeing a difference in throughput - but I do seem to see a 40-50% reduction.
What am I missing?
I did check the original file with tsmuxer (standalone installation) and it does indicate that the orginal mkv contains H.264, DTS, and and .srt file.
Talking about the srt - when I use mencoder I can see the subtitles, when using tsmuxer they are gone. Is this normal?
buju wrote:Sorry, I still don't get it. If you can bear with me..
FILE TO STREAM = MKV (DTS + H.264 + SRT)
DESIRED OUTPUT = UNTOUCHED VIDEO + AC3. An example would likely be an AVC/MP4 stream, with AC3.
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