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Computer freezes: AVCHD (.mts from Sony HDR-SR1)

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Old 08-02-2007, 08:21 PM   #16  
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Ok, don't hit me. My retarted self was in the wrong directory when I tried that. Duh. lol.

Holy cow, It worked.

Thank you so much. You are my new best friend!

Now how do I deinterlace this stuff? It looks terrible.

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Old 08-02-2007, 10:34 PM   #17  
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Ok, don't hit me. My retarted self was in the wrong directory when I tried that. Duh. lol.

Holy cow, It worked.

Thank you so much. You are my new best friend!

Now how do I deinterlace this stuff? It looks terrible.
Wonderful. What are you playing it with? here is my generic mplayer string:

mplayer -vf pp=0x20077/denoise3d/hqdn3d the.file

deinterlacer denoiser works for most HD.
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Old 08-05-2007, 08:57 PM   #18  
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Sorry I've been kinda busy over the weekend.

I play it with VLC. I tried mplayer with your string but it doesn't play nice. (crashes)

I'm wondering if I can write a script that will batch my projects. I have 00000.MTS all the way to 00035.MTS and is going to take forever by hand.

I changed my video output to gl and mplayer works okay but I think I prefer VLC anyways. It still looks badly interlaced.

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Old 08-06-2007, 02:45 AM   #19  
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Just stick the .mts in a directory and run m2tstoavi with a:

m2tstoavi *.mts

in that dir and it will chew through em' all.

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Old 08-07-2007, 04:49 PM   #20  
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That's the thing. I couldn't get any scripts to run.

The closest I can get is I have to type:
sh ./m2tstoavi

then I get this:
./m2tstoavi: 11: Syntax error: "(" unexpected (expecting "fi")

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OMG dude I'm a genius /sarcasm. I had to apt-get install csh. Works fine now. That should be a note to Ubuntu users, you need to install csh.

Thank you very much for all your help.

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Old 08-11-2007, 10:48 AM   #21  
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Let me just say this: I sure wish I had made my root partition much larger than it is. Those .yuv files get pretty huge. Some of the files I have to do manually to keep the data on my home partition. Unless I just do one at a time... Oh well.

How hard would it be to modify the script to use the current folder rather than the /tmp folder?
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Let me just say this: I sure wish I had made my root partition much larger than it is. Those .yuv files get pretty huge. Some of the files I have to do manually to keep the data on my home partition. Unless I just do one at a time... Oh well.

How hard would it be to modify the script to use the current folder rather than the /tmp folder?
Try this. Load m2tstoavi in an editor and remove the /tmp/ from the lines starting with

set audiofile
set videofifo

then down at the bottom change

#echo To remove temporary ....

to

rm -f *.ac3 *.yuv

That should do it all in one dir and remove the temporary ac3 and yuv files after the .avi is made

Works here and it should let you do the m2tstoavi *.mts command without filling up tmp and tripping over the temporary files.

There is an option to use a fifo which would eliminate the huge .yuv but it does not work here. I'll beat on it later .

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Old 08-12-2007, 12:17 AM   #23  
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Well I'm done with my batch but somehow I managed to get audio mixed up on to the wrong video... I'll delete them and try again after work tomorrow.

After having a look at the script it's a lot simpler than I thought. I'll give that a try tomorrow.

What's fifo?
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Old 08-12-2007, 11:27 AM   #24  
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A fifo is a first in first out buffer. In *nix one can create a fifo as a file.

mkfifo stream.yuv

Will create a fifo called stream.yuv. You can direct the output of the LM ldecod to the fifo and then encode the .avi from the fifo eliminating the huge .yuv file.

I'll look at that later but I got a lot to do right now.
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Old 08-12-2007, 07:13 PM   #25  
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Wow, that makes a lot of sense. That's really cool. It's not that important so don't rush. I might have a gander through the web and figure it out myself if I try hard enough.
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