Various script snippets for working with video files in Linux. Things may break, look at the tool manual pages before using -- that's what I have to do every time.

mp4 compatible with flashplayer and streaming in general

Move some index from the end to the front of the .mp4/.mov container:

$ qt-faststart infile.mp4 outfile.mp4

Video stabilization

Works out of the box with latest transcode from Debian multimedia repo for unstable/sid. White scenery like snow has some trouble but at least the tools work.

Basic usage, calculate data and render:

$ transcode -J stabilize -i P1060621.MOV
$ transcode -J transform -i P1060621.MOV -y xvid -o P1060621_stable.MOV

For really shaky camera, e.g. out of breath skier filming other skiers:

$ transcode -J stabilize=shakiness=8:fieldsize=60:mincontrast=0.04 -i P1060621.MOV
$ transcode -J transform -i P1060621.MOV -y xvid -o P1060621_stable.MOV

Calculate data with preview:

$ transcode -J stabilize=shakiness=8:show=1,preview -i P1060621.MOV

Links:

http://isenmann.wordpress.com/2011/03/22/deshaking-videos-with-linux/

http://public.hronopik.de/vid.stab/features.php?lang=en

http://314bits.com/blog/2010/09/stabilize-video-in-ubuntu-linux/

Still photos to DVD editing in kino

$ for i in *.JPG *.jpg; do montage -geometry 720x576 -background black -quality 100 $i dvd_$i; done

Slow 720p60 video to 720p30, no audio track yet

$ for f in *_*MP4 ; do ( ffmpeg -i "$f" -f yuv4mpegpipe -pix_fmt yuv420p -y /dev/stdout | \
yuvcorrect -T INTERLACED_TOP_FIRST 2>/dev/null |  yuvfps -s 30000:1001 -r 30000:1001 | \
yuvcorrect -T PROGRESSIVE 2>/dev/null | mpeg2enc --no-constraints -f3 -nn -a3 -Ktmpgenc \
-lh -b24000 -V488 -r32 -G18 -q9 -s -o "$f".slow.m2v) || break; done

To fix the m2v playback:

$ ffmpeg -i yourclip.m2v -acodec copy -vcodec copy test.avi

http://www.kdenlive.org/mantis/view.php?id=2424

Source: http://renomath.org/video/linux/slowmot/

Flip video 90 degrees

$ mencoder -oac copy -ovc lavc -lavcopts vcodec=mjpeg -vf rotate=1 foo.AVI -o testi.avi

Convert interlaced 50 fps AVCHD videos to DNxHD format for kdenlive

$ for f in $( find . -iname "*_*.mts" -or -iname "*_*.m2ts" ); do \
if [ ! -e "$f.dnxhd.mov" ]; then echo "$f"; \
ffmpeg -i "$f" -vcodec dnxhd -b 120000k -deinterlace -acodec \
copy -r 25 "$f.dnxhd.mov" ; \
fi; \
done

Old and buggy de-AVCHD script

$ for f in *.mts ; do ( echo $f; \
ffmpeg -i $f -s hd720 -acodec pcm_s16le -ac 2 \
-vcodec mpeg4 -sameq -deinterlace \
avi/$(basename $f .mts).mov ); done

Older and even buggier de-AVCHD script

$ mencoder -noskip -mc 0 -oac lavc -demuxer lavf \
-vf pullup,softskip -ovc lavc -lavcopts \
acodec=libfaac:abitrate=256:vcodec=mpeg4:vqscale=2:aspect=16/9 \
-of lavf -lavfopts format=mov -pp vf=fd \
000001.mts -o testi.avi

Convert video clips to a format suitable for kino editing, works at least with ffmpeg from Debian sarge

for f in *.avi; do echo $f; ffmpeg -i $f -target pal-dv \
$( basename $f .avi).dv; done

Videos to flash

$ ffmpeg -i foo.dv -r 25 -ar 22050 -ac 1 -f flv -s 320x262 foo.flv

Convert videos for viewers, high quality

$  ffmpeg -i raaka.dv -b 300k -vtag XVID -acodec libmp3lame -ac 2 -ab 64000 -s cif -mbd rd -flags +4mv+trell+aic+ilme+ildct -cmp 2 -subcmp 2 -g 300 -vcodec mpeg4 -deinterlace -pass 1 testi_xvid.avi

$ ffmpeg -i lyngen_2005.mpeg -r 25 -b 300 -vtag XVID -acodec mp3 -deinterlace -ar 32000 -ac 1 lyngen_2005.avi

$ ffmpeg -i testi.avi -r 20 -b 150 -vtag XVID -acodec mp3 -ac 1 bar.avi

or like this if multiple source files, maybe also deinterlace?

$ cat foo1.dv foo2.dv foo3.dv | ffmpeg -f dv -i - -r 20 -b 800 -vtag XVID -acodec mp3 -ac 1 bar.avi

Low quality videos for viewers

$ ffmpeg -i f-koulu_07012007.mpeg -r 15 -b 80k -vtag XVID -acodec mp3 -ac 1 -ab 32 -s qcif -deinterlace bar4.avi

Rip DVD for Nokia N810, DOES NOT WORK!

$ mencoder dvd://2 -oac mp3lame -lameopts abr:br=64 -af volnorm \
-ovc lavc -lavcopts vcodec=mpeg4:aspect=16/9:vbitrate=400 \
-vf scale=480:360 -idx -ffourcc DIVX -ofps 13 -alang fi,en -o test.avi

Working DVD rip for Nokia N810

$ mencoder dvd://0 -oac mp3lame -lameopts abr:br=64 -ovc lavc \
-lavcopts vcodec=mpeg4:mbd=1:vbitrate=300 -vf scale=352:208 \
-ffourcc DIVX -ofps 15 -o testi2.avi

DVD rip 2014

Track 18, chapter 2, into tiny format.

$ HandBrakeCLI -i /dev/dvd -t 18 -O -r 15 -d -b 600 -B 64 \
-6 mono -E lame -w 352 -l 208 -o test2.avi