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Manual Reference Pages  -  GMENCODER (1)

NAME

gmencoder - GNOME 2 front-end for MPlayer/mencoder

CONTENTS

Configuration
Usage
Author

DESCRIPTION

gmencoder is a program that let you easily encode audio/video streams using MPlayer/mencoder. It supports much of the output codecs as well as postprocessing, cropping, scale, subtitles ripping, 1 to 3 passes for encoding and a lot of more options are planned.

CONFIGURATION

It is important that MPlayer has a good configuration. You have to have a configuration file that allow mplayer to run without parameters but the data source.

DO NOT PUT the line "gui=yes" in your MPlayer’s configuration file. gmencoder does not work if MPlayer starts up with gui by default.

There are two combos (scale algorithms and post-processing options) that are filled from a configuration file. If this configuration file is not in the correct directory, combos will be empty. The file is gmencoder_opts and has to be put in /etc/gmencoder_opts or in $HOME/.gemencoder_opts.

USAGE

Because it is a GUI program, it is very easy to use. The only thing that you must know is : you have to analyze the source before to be able to fill the scale, cropping, subtitle or post-processing options. Before being pressed, the Analyze File and Analyze DVD buttons are not mouse-sensitive.

SEE ALSO

mplayer(1), mencoder(1)
http://gmencoder.sourceforge.net/

AUTHOR

Check documentation.
Gmencoder is (C) 2003
  Salvador Castromil Mart´┐Żnez (castrom@attglobal.net)
This manual page was written by Benjamin Zores <ben@tutuxclan.org>
 

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