[FFmpeg-user] Quicktime reports diiferent width than ffmpeg

Carl Eugen Hoyos cehoyos at ag.or.at
Fri Nov 11 19:51:24 CET 2011

HallMarc Websites <marc <at> hallmarcwebsites.com> writes:

> > QuickTime reports the dimension corrected by cropping set in the container
> > (mov), the line you are referring to in FFmpeg's output reports the codec
> > dimensions that may be different.
> > Additionally, FFmpeg does not support cropping set in the mov container;-(
> > 
> > In the case of DAR/SAR, mentioned line still reports the encoded dimensions
> > that may have to be corrected when displayed (if you find bugs, please
> > report them), I suppose QuickTime always reports display dimensions.
> Um could you put that into human readable form? Where are you seeing
> cropping? QuickTime plays this at the correct ratio 16:9.

Sorry, I just wanted to enumerate some possible reasons why QuickTime shows
another resolution than FFmpeg.

Can you make your sample available?

Carl Eugen

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