[FFmpeg-user] [EXTERNAL] Re: Video Notation, A Video Lingua Franca
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Tue Feb 8 23:02:57 EET 2022
On 2022-02-08 15:50, Shupert, Jim via ffmpeg-user wrote:
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> From: ffmpeg-user <ffmpeg-user-bounces at ffmpeg.org> On Behalf Of Mark Filipak
> Sent: Tuesday, February 8, 2022 3:42 PM
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> Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: [FFmpeg-user] Video Notation, A Video Lingua Franca
> On 2022-02-08 11:44, Carl Zwanzig wrote:
>> On 2/7/2022 10:27 PM, Mark Filipak wrote:
>>> On suggestion, I tried web hosting suppliers and failed.
>> ???? There must be thousands of them out there. Failed? You copy the
>> files to the hosting site and send out the URL. You may have to set up
>> an account in order to use it. This is not difficult, technically.
> I contacted some hosting sites:
> And I would need my own domain.
> I have a 16 year old ClarkCommunity server (now, ClearOS) on a Dell Octiplex machine that I could put in my router's DMZ and serve pages from my basement, but I'd still need a domain.
> If you're too lazy to unzip the pages I've sent, that's fine, don't unzip them, okay?
> Mark Filipak
> Thanks for this info - I appreciate your effort.
> I also see the value in having it "local" no internet connection is needed to read 😉
Thanks for your support, Jim.
We're all familiar with pulldown notation, right? We're all familiar with 'shuffleframes' notation,
right? Well, I've generalized and regularized them [note 1] and expanded so-called 'scene change' to
apply to all ffmpeg-style filters (not just certain filters), and turned it all into an
object-oriented notation that, I think, is unlimited in the video structures that it can denote and,
if there was a matching implementation -- in ffmpeg or AviSynth etc. -- unlimited in what it could
do. What it can't do (yet) is VFR (variable frame rate -- streaming).
[note 1] See (look)(firstseen)(seen)(finalseen)(unseen) notation.
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