Convert a Mythtv recording to a hevc file using ffmpeg, and your NVIDIA video card.
You can edit it, to use comskip instead, some commands already in it. If the video file is broken, comskip won’t fix it, as mencoder will make a bad copy of the video.
You can edit the ffmpeg command, if you don’t have a NVIDIA card.
Pass another argument after the filename, and it’ll rebuild it, that may or may not fix it.
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- Forgot to add the command that gets the cutlist, so mythtranscode will actually remove the commercials.
- Initial release.