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Old Nov 28, 2004, 12:07 PM   #1
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H.264 Video..

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I read that H.264 videos can still be read in quicktime 6 - does anyone have a copy of an H.264 video they have encoded? I just wanna see what all the fuss is about...

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Old Nov 28, 2004, 12:28 PM   #2
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I'm sure you could google it and find samples on the net. From what I'm know, QT6 has mpeg4 part 3, without b-frame support (which Divx uses). H.264, aka mpeg4 part 10 comes with Tiger; I'm not aware of any H.264 support in QT6.
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I've tried encoding some movies (DV streams from iMovie) in QuickTime in the latest builds of Tiger (the ones officially released to developers), and I haven't been successful. It takes an unearthly amount of time to encode on my Dual 2 (3+ hours on a ten minute movie on average). It usually encodes the sound and one frame of the movie (the rest is black), or every other frame. As soon as I can get one that works, I'll post it. In the mean time, do a search on Google, and you'll pull up some examples.
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The latest versions of ffmpegX include an H.264 encoder
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Thanks guys,

I managed to find a fairly good static example - I've posted the link below for future reference..

http://www.balooga.com/display.php3?...g4-10_1200.jpg

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