Nope, I downloaded from:
I'm under Windows (Vista x64) and sadly I don't know (yet) how to compile
sources or apply patches. I'm planning to learn C & C++ during 2011...
Why is this option available through a patch? IMHO this should be available
in ffmpeg2theora "out of the box" as in previous versions.
Thanks for the fast feedback.
2010/9/25 j^ <email address hidden>
> did you compile ffmpeg2theora yourself or where did you get it from?
> in order to make re-sampling with input greater 2 work the version of
> ffmpeg you link to needed to be patched.
> Resampling with input channels greater than 2 unsupported
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> Status in ffmpeg2theora: New
> Bug description:
> I'm using ffmpeg2theora 0.27 - Libtheora 1.2.0alpha 20100923 (Ptalarbvorm).
> When I try to convert a video with 6-channel audio into 2-channel audio
> (trough the command "-- channels 2"), I get the following before start the
> conversion process:
> "Resampling with input channels greater than 2 unsupported"
> The video is encoded but remains 6-channel... And with previous versions of
> ffmpeg2theora (prior ptalarbvorm) I could reduce the channel count.
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