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Record in h.265 on the fly, with access to encoder settings


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I think it would be nice to have the choice to encode live DVB streams using the codecs of your choice, namely in HEVC/AAC for instance. Providing access to encoder settings would be icing on the cake. I currently record in TS format, and then I re-encode the file using HEVC/AAC using ffmpeg in the Windows terminal, to reduce the file size. It's a bit tedious, and if DVBViewer allowed me to encode in HEVC/AAC on the fly, as the TV program streams in, that would be great.

Thank you for this excellent application.

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DVBViewer records programs directly as it receives them.


With the DMS, I think there is the option of specifying jobs that are automatically carried out after the recording, e.g. the conversion of a recording.


I myself often have to convert HD recordings in H.265 and HEVC to MPEG because our flat screen does not support this file format. To do this, I use Sir drake's script, in which you simply have to drag a recording onto the desktop icon in order to convert it with FFmeg.


See: https://www.DVBViewer.tv/forum/topic/61605-ffmpeg-per-batch-datei-starten/#comment-475539


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