I try to rip a DVD, but that fails (on Leap as well as on TW)
[export_ffmpeg.so] Using FFMPEG codec ‘mpeg4’ (FourCC ‘DIVX’, MPEG4 compliant video).
[export_ffmpeg.so] No profile selected
[export_ffmpeg.so] Error opening configuration file ./ffmpeg.cfg: No such file or directory
[export_ffmpeg.so] Starting 1 thread(s)
[export_ffmpeg.so] Set display aspect ratio to input
[MPEG4 encoder @ 0x56318dc75c40] Value 2.000000 for parameter ‘rc_strategy’ out of range [0 - 1]
[MPEG4 encoder @ 0x56318dc75c40] Error setting option rc_strategy to value 2.
[export_ffmpeg.so] could not open FFMPEG codec
[encoder.c] video export module error: init failed
[transcode] failed to init encoder
All codecs (ffmpeg-3, ffmpeg-4) are from packman.
Anyone seen that before and know what to do?
For using Packman properly, you should not really look at what codecs comes from where, but you should do the Vendor switch. When you are not 1000% absolute sure you did that switch, then please do it first, check again and post again. And maybe yes, then the logs might be usefull.
With Leap 15.3 KDE, I have ripped DVDs with both HandBrake and MakeMKV. HandBrake transcodes, so it makes smaller files but is slower. MakeMKV I believe does not transcode, so it is fast but gives large files.