Re: [opensuse] Re: recordMyDesktop loses frames
On 31/03/10 23:55, Regis Matejcik wrote:
On Wed, 2010-03-31 at 23:10 +0300, arygroup@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
On 31/03/10 18:57, Regis Matejcik wrote:
On Wed, 2010-03-31 at 17:22 +0300, arygroup@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
On 31/03/10 15:52, arygroup@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
On 31/03/10 15:32, arygroup@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
I had many experiments with movie editors several days before. And now I
noticed my qt-recordMyDesktop (I tried gtk-recordMyDesktop also) doesn't
record all needed frames. My mouse moves are not recoded. Sound is
recorded perfectly. I tired all possible configuration settings in
qt-recordMyDesktop, even set it to use 50 frames per secon with no
result. It seems, the frames-per-second are set to low rate somewhere else.
Fixed this issue as said here:
So click in my qt-recordMyDesktop window Advanced.
In the new window switch to Misc tab
And in the Extra options field place: --v_bitrate 2000000
But uploaded to you-tube videos are broken now. :-(
I'd try this:
From command line:
ffmpeg -i out.ogv -b 64k outmod.ogv
Where out.ogv is the recordmydesktop original file. It will create a
file with the modified bitrate.
You can experiment with different settings to see which produces the
best quality and still uploads to you tube.
But this demands to record something with recordMyDesktop, then encode
it when stopped recording by recordMyDesktop itself and after that
encode it again using ffmpeg. Twice more time. And before
recordMyDesktop worked well - just uploading after recording.
Maybe I'm mis-understanding the problem, or perhaps I poorly explained
I thought the problem was:
-RecordMyDesktop was producing a video that skipped frames, especially
your mouse movemente.
-changing the bit-rate in RecordMyDesktop, as previously suggested,
corrected the skipped frames, but produced a file that wouldn't up load
to you tube (most likely because the bit rate was so high).
so . . .
I suggested simply taking the high bit-rate file as produced by
RecordMyDesktop and processing it to a bit-rate that is compatible with
you tube. So the steps are: record, process, up load.
If you're editing and then rendering prior to uploading; I'm sure you
can adjust the bit-rate in the render process, if you're using a render
program that allows you to adjust the render pre-sets. Then you can
skip the last step of using ffmpeg to adjust the bit rate, but in worst
case - it's just adding one command line statement.
so I'm not sure how you get to,
"then encode it when stopped recording by recordMyDesktop itself and
after that encode it again using ffmpeg. Twice more time."
Had to switch to xvidcap. It seems to work ok and it's files are working
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