It is as simple as it sounds: Just provide the teletext page and here we go: ./ffmpeg -txt_format text -txt_page 150 -i inputFile.ts outputSubtitles.ger.srt txt_page 150 is the page number of the subtitle. Typically is the page shown at the beginning of a show....
It’s pride month! This update contains the following changes: NEW: New (optional) pride logo (see settings) NEW: Show amount of timers in the title FIX: Recordings title after deleting a recording FIX: Premium Subscription UI enhancements updated German...
The last update has been released 2018! So it’s time for a new version of the app. It contains the following changes: NEW: ControlIt Premium NEW: Support for authentication NEW: Delete recordings NEW: Swipe left/right to start playback or delete a recording in...
Video encoding with x264 and x265 takes a lot of CPU usage. This is because you’re using a software encoder. The whole encoding is done in software and this is executed on your CPU. Modern Macs have a hardware encoder on board. But how to use it with FFmpeg? We...
This is a series of articles. Follow the link here to get an overview over all articles. Introduction A lot of people were asking me how to add more than one audio stream. This article covers the answer for this question. What’s stored in a file of a stream...
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