[Chugalug] VLC transcoding from a source with errors

wes wes at the-wes.com
Mon Nov 11 02:59:08 UTC 2013

I may be talking out the wrong orifice here, but my version of VLC has a
"convert/save" menu item. Perhaps this could be helpful to you?


On Sun, Nov 10, 2013 at 6:22 PM, Robert A. Kelly III <
bluethegrappler at gmail.com> wrote:

> When you are actually playing back media, VLC handles errors really
> well. You can play a scratched up DVD and you may notice some glitches
> when it hits a bad spot, but it recovers and continues playing. I have
> seen VLC play some discs that other media players refused to. However,
> if you are trying to transcode from a disc that is scratched, or a
> source file that has some form of corruption, it seems to transcode
> until it hits an error and simply stops. Is there any way to get the
> more resilient behaviour when transcoding, so that it will finish even
> if there are glitches in the finished output? It would be better to have
> a complete video with a few glitches, than to have only half a video.
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