[FFmpeg-user] How to fix video artifacts on ddvideo AVI?

dan9er dan9er at protonmail.com
Sun Dec 16 22:25:54 EET 2018

On 12/14/2018 8:57 PM, Carl Zwanzig wrote:

> On 12/14/2018 5:22 PM, Carl Eugen Hoyos wrote:
> > Not directly related to this issue but please note that two issues
> > were reported against FFmpeg over the last years where the
> > samples were >10G, so this comment is neither correct nor
> > does it give the right incentives imo.
> My comment is quite correct and on-point. If the artifactscan be shown in
> a single frame or a short clip there's no reason to not to provide those,
> and that doesn't preclude also making larger files available (inclusive
> OR, not exclusive OR).
> Having smaller samples available actually widens the group of people willing
> look at them; not everyone has gigabit Ethernet to their home or office,
> some of us have considerably slower 'net connections and we're not as likely
> to download a large file but will look at the frames and shorter clips.
> (Please do me the courtesy of not disagreeing with that as it directly
> states my position and that of some fellow engineers.)
> > (We love samples.)
> We do, well, I do, although large samples are not always necessary, or even
> desirable (if 5MB shows the problem, why include 200MB?). Log files need the
> same handling- make the full log available but also excerpt the relevant
> parts so people don't need to wade through thousands of lines looking for
> the two that are useful. If some folks don't want to look at the excepts,
> they don't have to, but some of us will.
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To both of you: let me remind you that another mailing list guideline is to not hijack threads. If you want to debate sample sizes further please start a new thread. But for now, please stay on topic.

Thank you.
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