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Old 09-06-2017, 01:09 PM
mhassman mhassman is offline
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SageTVTranscoder.exe unable to encode h.264 with a profile other than baseline?

Has anyone been able to create an H.264 transcoding format specifying the video profile (baseline, high, etc)?.. or is Sage's port of ffmpeg plagued by this issue: ?

>SageTVTranscoder.exe -h
FFmpeg version SVN-r93, Copyright (c) 2000-2010 the FFmpeg developers
built on Jan 28 2011 10:48:22 with gcc 4.2.4
-profile <int> E.VA.
unknown E.VA.
aac_main E..A.
aac_low E..A.
aac_ssr E..A.
aac_ltp E..A.

I've tried with -profile and -vprofile.. both options are accepted, but only with values for audio profile definitions - video profile definitions produce an error/exit.

Has anyone been able to specify an h.264 video profile?
Please advise..
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