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Old Video .MOV files with JPEG or MJPEG compression: needs WMP codec

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Mp4 or Mkv are most likely the best future proof containers : while mp4 is more widely used on most portable device, i would prefer mkv as it offer more features and is more open.

As for audio,i'd stay with mp3 for future proof compatibility but flac is the most widely used loseless audio codec.

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I'm running FFmpeg on Windows 7, and tried to use libfdk_aac for high quality audio encoding, but it turned out libfdk_aac is not enabled.

So how can one enable libfdk_aac under windows? I've found some instructions for doing that under Linux/Unix (--enable-libfdk_aac), but I could not find anything for Windows.

Thanks in advance,

j

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In FFmpeg I would like to know what all the available profiles are for h264, using the FFmpeg help in the command line. I tried

ffmpeg -h -codecs

which just list me a collection of codec, but the cmd

ffmpeg -h -codecs -h264 -profiles, or any similar syntax without the dashes '-' or with -fullhelp, does not give me a list of available profiles for that video encoder.

Any suggestions how to get deeper in the ffmpeg help funtion?

Thanks,

j

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As said there, you can't redistribute ffmpeg with aac support due to license restriction (while i don't really understand why), you have to compile it yourself as explained there with mingw32 or linux (so cross-compile in this case).

The profiles and other x264 options are described there.

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