Package Details: readymedia-transcode-git 735.1bcfcc3-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/readymedia-transcode-git.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: readymedia-transcode-git
Description: A DLNA/UPnP-AV Media server with transcode support
Upstream URL: https://bitbucket.org/stativ/readymedia-transcode
Licenses: GPL2
Conflicts: minidlna, minidlna-transcode-hg
Provides: minidlna, minidlna-transcode-hg
Replaces: minidlna-transcode-hg
Submitter: stativ
Maintainer: stativ
Last Packager: stativ
Votes: 20
Popularity: 0.000007
First Submitted: 2013-06-18 09:10
Last Updated: 2018-04-06 16:16

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stativ commented on 2012-10-10 09:06

Fixed some issues with the rc script. There are still some problems with "minidlna stop" not killing everything though.

stativ commented on 2012-10-07 15:14

Upstream update, the minidlna executable moved to /usr/sbin and it has been renamed to minidlnad

tydell commented on 2012-09-22 17:58

I must say that still have problem with transcoding with mencoder. However mecoder command from transcode_video-hardcodesub works great when I try it in terminal/console, but with minidlna I get it cannot open pipe.
Most of my videos are mp4 files. I got it working by adding srt subtitle to mp4 file with MP4box (there need to install gpac to have MP4Box utility).
The other way I managed to get subtitles with ffmpeg. I compiled ffmpeg from ABS with --enable-libass option, and then I can add external ass subtitles to my movies using ffmpeg command with ass filter. I create ass subtitles by 'ffmpeg -i subtitle.srt subtitle.ass', so now I can manage subtitles with a little modified minidlna-transcode_video file. There no need to use any other utilities than ffmpeg to do that.

tydell commented on 2012-09-22 17:20

I must say that still have problem with transcoding with mencoder. However mecoder command from transcode_video-hardcodesub works great when I try it in terminal/console, but with minidlna I get it cannot open pipe.
Most of my videos are mp4 files. I got it working by adding srt subtitle to mp4 file with MP4box (there need to install gpac to have MP4Box utility).
The other way I managed to get subtitles with ffmpeg. I compiled ffmpeg from ABS with --enable-libass option, and then I can add external ass subtitles to my movies using ffmpeg command with ass filter. I create ass subtitles by 'ffmpeg -i subtitle.srt subtitle.ass', so now I can manage subtitles with a little modified minidlna-transcode_video file. There no need to use any other utilities than ffmpeg to do that.

stativ commented on 2012-09-22 16:52

I think I found the culprit. I was missing quotes around the $SOURCE in the transcode_video-hardcodesub. At least for me it fixes the "opening pipe" error. I've already uploaded fixed version of the script.

stativ commented on 2012-09-22 16:36

tydell: I tested it with only one file with subtitles. Now I tested some other files too, and I'm getting the error when opening pipe for some of them, too. I have some ideas what may cause it.

tydell commented on 2012-09-22 16:17

I must say that still have problem with transcoding with mencoder. However mecoder command from transcode_video-hardcodesub works great when I try it in terminal/console, but with minidlna I get it cannot open pipe.
Most of my videos are mp4 files. I got it working by adding srt subtitle to mp4 file with MP4box (there need to install gpac to have MP4Box utility).
The other way I managed to get subtitles with ffmpeg. I compiled ffmpeg from ABS with --enable-libass option, and then I can add external ass subtitles to my movies using ffmpeg command with ass filter. I create ass subtitles by 'ffmpeg -i subtitle.srt subtitle.ass', so now I can manage subtitles with a little modified minidlna-transcode_video file. There no need to use any other utilities than ffmpeg to do that.

tydell commented on 2012-09-22 15:42

I must say that still have problem with transcoding with mencoder. However mecoder command from transcode_video-hardcodesub works great when I try it in terminal/console, but with minidlna I get it cannot open pipe.
Most of my videos are mp4 files. I got it working by adding srt subtitle to mp4 file with MP4box (there need to install gpac to have MP4Box utility).
The other way I managed to get subtitles with ffmpeg. I compiled ffmpeg from ABS with --enable-libass option, and then I can add external ass subtitles to my movies. I get ass subtitles by 'ffmpeg -i subtitle.srt subtitle.ass', so now I can manage subtitles with a little modified minidlna-transcode_video file. There no need to use any other utilities than ffmpeg to do that.

stativ commented on 2012-09-21 10:21

I've created a somewhat hackish script that hardcodes subtitles into a movie using mencoder. You can find it in the trascodescripts directory:
https://bitbucket.org/stativ/minidlna-transcode/src/tip/transcodescripts/transcode_video-hardcodesub

stativ commented on 2012-09-21 09:53

I put together a script that seem so somewhat work. There are some problems with AV synchronization, but I believe you should be able to fix that yourself.

http://pastebin.com/AxAGuwn5