Batch STR Converter

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Batch STR Converter

Post by MsULTIMATEMAX » July 28th, 2023, 1:52 pm

1) "AVI2STR" is a batch command derived from "PsxAvEnc" that allows conversion of an uncompressed ".AVI" video file to the ".STR" video format supported by PlayStation video games.
2) Enter the ".AVI" video file(s) you want to convert into the "Input" folder.
3) The ".STR" video file(s) have been placed in the "Output" folder.
Note in case of update: This batch converter should work together with any version of "PsxAvEnc.exe"

1) "AVI2STR" es un comando por lotes derivado de "PsxAvEnc" que permite la conversion de un archivo de video ".AVI" sin comprimir al formato de video ".STR" compatible con los videojuegos de PlayStation.
2) Introduce el archivo o los archivos de vídeo ".AVI" que quieras convertir en la carpeta "Input".
3) El archivo o los archivos de video ".STR" han sido colocados en la carpeta "Output".
Nota en caso de actualizacion: Este conversor por lotes deberia funcionar colocandose en conjunto a cualquier versión de "PsxAvEnc.exe"

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Post by Administrator » July 29th, 2023, 1:41 am

Why go to all that trouble when you can just use FFMPEG. Run the batch below and then merge the WAV and AVI in MC32.EXE to produce the STR.

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ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -vcodec rawvideo -s 320x256 -r 25 -an output.avi
ffmpeg -i input.mp3 -acodec pcm_s16le -vn output.wav
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