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I am looking to create a video convertor, but really have no idea how to eve go about doing it. I am looking for resources and tips on how to get started.
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You should start by searching the net to get the various video formats, their structure and framework.
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I asked this same question on CodeGurus.com, and they told me a better way of doing it. Since converting the video would be CPU intensive, using a scripting language like Perl wasn't a good way to go about doing it. Plus, converting the video is a bit too complex to just write a script from scratch. The best way to convert the video was to get a command line video convert and have the Perl script call that. That way, the script would be quick an easy to write and the C++ video convertor does most of the work. I went that route and got my script working with the TMPEG command line convertor.
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That works for me.
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