RMerlin wrote:Transcoding codecs depend mostly on your needs and resources. H.264 is a very efficient video codec, but does require a fairly good CPU to transcode at a good speed. If you are limited in CPU speed or aren't that worried about video quality, Xvid would be a better choice.
Thanks RMerlin for your suggestion. Much appreciated.
So far, I am liking the 0.5.1.1 version.
As I thought initially, it is not Autores issue.
I am using the following settings to convert Panasonic lumix's 720p Quick Time jpeg .mov videos
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mencoder.exe -ovc xvid -vf scale=960:544 -ofps 29 -xvidencopts fixed_quant=4 -oac mp3lame -lameopts abr:br=112 -noskip -srate 48000 -o "%AVI%" "%MOV%"
Now I have to figure out trans-coding to H.624 codec