Tue Apr 14 14:26:50 NZST 2009
>From the man page;
Set the video bitrate in bit/s (default = 200 kb/s).
2009/4/14 Bruce Kingsbury <zcat@z...>:
> When using ffmpeg, the default video bitrate is _insanely_ low,
> 200kbps or so iIRC. Use -b 800000 (bitrate is in bps not kbps) or
> thereabouts to get a better quality video.
> 2009/4/14 Glenn Ramsey <glenn@c...>:
>> For my study I use a piece of software that displays animated 3d models
>> and which can generate images for each frame of the animation.
>> I can make these image into an animated gif using ImageMagick's convert
>> or into an mpeg movie using ffmpeg, for use in a ppt presentation.
>> The mpeg has lots of compression artifacts (I guess because the images
>> are computer generated they have sharp colour gradients). The animated
>> gif looks great, but is quite a large file.
>> There must be a way to make an movie that doesn't have the compression
>> artifacts as is done for screencast type movies.
>> I've done some web searching about this but I'm not sure what I'm
>> looking for. Can anyone suggest a way to do this or some search terms
>> that I could use?
>> Glenn Ramsey <glenn@c...> 07 8627077
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