Gavin McCullagh wrote:
> Sorry, I guess I'm being a pedant here. I imagine what fuzzix meant
> was that if mplayer can decode it, mencoder can decode, transcode or
> re-encode it to something which it can encode. I don't think it
> follows that it could encode anything it can decode though.
Aye, what I meant was if mplayer can decode it mencoder can transcode it
to a codec you have encoding support for.
To clarify, mencoder can encode real to, say, mp3 but not the other way
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