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Firstly, ffmpeg is the tool of choice for this. It's CPU-intensive because that's the nature of encoding video or audio. You can simply rip the stream (assuming original mp3 audio is in the stream) from the track and save it. I've used this bash snippet before for directories of *.flv files: #!/bin/bash for i in *.flv; do ffmpeg -i "$i" -acodec copy ...


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Handbrake-CLI and inoticoming should be all you need. You'd run inoticoming something like: inoticoming /my/drop/folder /my/script {} \; The script would follow the general pattern of: #!/bin/bash OUTDIR="/my/output/folder" INPUT_FILE="${1}" OUTPUT_FILE="${OUTDIR}/`basename \"${INPUT_FILE}\"`.mkv" HANDBRAKE_OPIONS="-q 20 --keep-display-aspect" # Wait ...


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I've had good success with red5 and live streams. check it out, see if it does the job. http://gregoire.org/tag/transcode/ http://osflash.org/red5



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