Old 22nd December 2003, 01:08   #1
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Changing fps, audio, etc in nsv files

Is there anyway to change already made NSV files' fps, audio quality, resolution, etc. instead of re-encoding the AVIs/MPGs? Or, is there a way to steam the video at lower fps or at a lower res?
I'm afraid I made the quality of the videos I encoded too high for my bandwidth, and the videos I have are like half an hour long each so they take over a day for me to encode.
Thanks, I'm not an expert at this stuff but it's interesting to learn and try
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Old 22nd December 2003, 02:05   #2
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You'll hafta reencode the nsvs, not the mpg/avis. And you must be doing something wrong if it takes over a day to encode half and hour of material.

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Old 22nd December 2003, 02:07   #3
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Your talking about transcoding. There is software for transcoding audio data, but nothing for transcoding NSV formated data yet.

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And you must be doing something wrong if it takes over a day to encode half and hour of material.
Well, what I meant is that to encode all of my 30 minute videos it takes a day, I have like 20 of them :/
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