I'm converting mov (or flv or mp4) files into ogv. Unfortunately, the programs I've been using (Miro, FFMPEG's ogv plugin) have terrible encoding that appears extremely fuzzy. Does anyone have recommendations for less compressed files in this format? Is it possible? Software recommendations? Thanks.
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You can encode to Theora video and Vorbis audio with
Adjust video quality with the
Note: More modern alternatives such as VP8 can provide better quality at lower bitrates. See the FFmpeg: VP8 in WebM Encoding Guide for more info.
Adjust audio quality with the
The following command will create a good quality output for both video and audio:
protected by Friend Of George Mar 26 '13 at 12:29
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