[MEncoder-users] 1080i TS -> 720p x264
jon at sd-6.org
Thu Aug 31 04:34:52 CEST 2006
That's what I get for using the copy/paste technique. ;)
I am not at the machine to verify the sample but the console output looks
more promising. I will assume that has solved it for now.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: mencoder-users-bounces at mplayerhq.hu
> [mailto:mencoder-users-bounces at mplayerhq.hu] On Behalf Of
> Evgeniy Stepanov
> Sent: Wednesday, August 30, 2006 7:47 PM
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> Subject: Re: [MEncoder-users] 1080i TS -> 720p x264
> On Thursday 31 August 2006 04:23, Jon Ferguson wrote:
> > I am trying to convert a 1080i ts stream to 720p x264.
> What I have done is
> > created a fifo to conserve disk space.
> > I startup mencoder like so,
> > mencoder inputfile.ts -vf filmdinit,softskip,scale=1280:720 -ofps
> > 24000/1001 -of rawvideo -ovc raw -vf swapuv -nosound -o
> > Then I use the x264 binary like so
> > x264 -p 1 -b 3 --b-pyramid -r 8 -w -m 6 --b-rdo
> --mixed-refs -bime -t 2
> > --fps 24000/1001 --no-fast-pskip -A all --progress --threads 3 -o
> > outputfile.nosound.mkv /tmp/stream.yuv 1280x720
> > The output is garbled. Without using scale it works as
> expected. According
> > to the man page scale also does yuv->bgr conversion. I
> think this might be
> > the problem. Is there a way to prevent it from converting
> to bgr or am I
> > way of base?
> I'm not sure if it does colorspace conversion in this case.
> If it does, you
> can try appending "format" filter after "scale".
> The real problem must be -vf option being used twice in your
> command line. The
> first one is ignored.
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