[FFmpeg-user] qt animation

s.gritz at vucx.de s.gritz at vucx.de
Thu Jul 26 12:24:33 CEST 2012

Roger Pack <rogerdpack2 at gmail.com> hat am 25. Juli 2012 um 21:55 geschrieben:

> > Since qtrle is a lossless codec, this makes no sense.
> I thought the same thing (I think it's implementation within ffmpeg is
> losless).  However QT Pro or the like do provide users with "quality
> level" settings so I presume they allow the user to lose data if
> desired.  I don't think ffmpeg does though...
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thanks, guys.
...worse in terms of quality is what I mean.
But the issue is solved. I re-rendered the image sequence and did the same
process with ffmpeg again.
Now it looks great.
Maybe a corrupt first fram of the sequence?
Thanks again

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