[FFmpeg-user] H.265/HEVC for Premiere Pro compatibility
lou at lrcd.com
Wed Mar 29 02:14:53 EEST 2017
On Tue, 28 Mar 2017 21:55:16 +0200
Moritz Barsnick <barsnick at gmx.net> wrote:
> b) use the ffmpeg/ffplay/ffprobe command line option "-report". It will
> nicely place a log file into the current directory which contains
> the command line an the complete, uncut console output - even
> without the line wraps which the Windows cmd console introduces.
> This text file then should be attached to the response on this list.
> When all else seems to fail, the "supporters" on this list should
> recommend using the latter option and attaching the resulting file.
As convenient as "-report" can be I usually do not recommend it because
by default it uses the "verbose" log level which definitely lives up to
its name: it's needlessly too verbose for general help. The verbosity
usually exceeds my laziness threshold and I tend to just move on to a
The FFREPORT environmental variable can be used instead, but I don't
know if that works with Windows, and it would probably be too confusing
for some users.
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