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If you want to read the files on-the-fly from your (gzip) compressed filesystem without having to unpack it, use mksquasfs and dd to create it in the first place. You can also choose the compression with the -comp option of mksquashfs, e.g. gzip, lzo, xz etc. See this answer on how to do it (backup/create image, mount one partition of a whole diskimage ...


You could also accomplish this with avconv based on avconv -i <sourcefile> -c:v libx264 -crf 23 output.mp4 you can adjust the quality upwards by reducing the crf factor (23 in the example) and adjust downwards by increasing it. You can set the values between 0 and 51, where lower values would result in better quality (at the expense of higher file ...

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