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h264enc for Linux

h264enc is a rather advanced shell script which makes it easy to encode DVDs or video files to the H.264/AVC/MPEG-4 Part 10 video format using MEncoder from the MPlayer project. it has built-in quality presets (34 so far), supports a lot of video (pre/postprocessing) filters and a few audio filters as well. Further it supports 9 different audio codecs and has a (limited) batch encoding capability. Muxing is also supported for the MKV, MP4 and OGM containers. h264enc by default outputs to AVI and then remuxes it to the chosen container. h264enc heavely relies on MEncoder and MPlayer as it uses both to do the whole setup/encoding

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Re: h264enc for Linux

Cool. Thanx. Simple translation and presentation.
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