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Topic: .m2ts to uncompressed .avi ? (Read 5574 times) previous topic - next topic
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.m2ts to uncompressed .avi ?

Hello,

I'm looking for a software to convert .m2ts files to uncompressed .avi.

(something free or cheap)


Thank you for your help.


 

.m2ts to uncompressed .avi ?

Reply #2
I don't know much about re/de/muxing etc.

Does it produce uncompressed avi ?

.m2ts to uncompressed .avi ?

Reply #3
I don't know much about re/de/muxing etc.


In plain words, that is the process of taking the audio and/or video streams (and/or subtitles) out of one container format and putting them into another, without doing the actual encoding.


Does it produce uncompressed avi ?


Something like this? http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=121280
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.m2ts to uncompressed .avi ?

Reply #4
The procedure I suggest would be (assuming you are on windows), also assuming that file is mute, since you didn't mention any audio;

a. load your file via avisynth frameserver
http://avisynth.org/mediawiki/FAQ_loading_...nto_AviSynth.3F
b. Things went wrong? yes: Do a mediainfo on the file and google based on what is in there, no: goto c.
c. load that avisynth into virtualdub, save as avi.

Both avisynth and virtualdub are free/os.

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