[MPlayer-DOCS] CVS: main/DOCS/man/en mplayer.1,1.999,1.1000
Diego Biurrun CVS
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Tue Jun 7 11:13:00 CEST 2005
CVS change done by Diego Biurrun CVS
Update of /cvsroot/mplayer/main/DOCS/man/en
In directory mail:/var2/tmp/cvs-serv32489/DOCS/man/en
better vf_ditc description by Ville Saari <114263 - @ - vs - . - iki - . - fi>
RCS file: /cvsroot/mplayer/main/DOCS/man/en/mplayer.1,v
retrieving revision 1.999
retrieving revision 1.1000
diff -u -r1.999 -r1.1000
--- mplayer.1 7 Jun 2005 09:08:47 -0000 1.999
+++ mplayer.1 7 Jun 2005 09:12:56 -0000 1.1000
@@ -5099,22 +5099,33 @@
a juddering video that has every fourth frame duplicated.
This filter is intended to find and drop those duplicates and restore the
original film framerate.
-When using this filter, you must specify \-ofps that is 4/\:5 of the fps of the
-input file (24000/1001 if the input is 30000/1001 fps).
+When using this filter, you must specify \-ofps that is 4/\:5 of
+the fps of the input file and place the softskip later in the
+filter chain to make sure that divtc sees all the frames.
+Two different modes are available:
+One pass mode is the default and is straightforward to use,
+but has the disadvantage that any changes in the telecine
+phase (lost frames or bad edits) cause momentary judder
+until the filter can resync again.
+Two pass mode avoids this by analyzing the whole video
+beforehand so it will have forward knowledge about the
+phase changes and can resync at the exact spot.
+These passes do
+correspond to pass one and two of the encoding process.
+You must run an extra pass using divtc pass one before the
+actual encoding throwing the resulting video away.
+Use \-nosound \-ovc raw \-o /dev/null to avoid
+wasting CPU power for this pass.
+You may add something like crop=2:2:0:0 after divtc
+to speed things up even more.
+Then use divtc pass two for the actual encoding.
+If you use multiple encoder passes, use divtc
+pass two for all of them.
The options are:
Use two pass mode.
-This produces best results.
-Pass one analyzes the video and writes the results to a log file.
-Pass two then reads this log file and uses the information to do
-the actual work.
-Note that these passes do
-correspond to pass one and two of the encoding process.
-In order to use divtc two pass with two pass video encoding, you must perform
-three passes: first divtc pass one and encoder pass one, then divtc pass two
-and encoder pass one, and finally divtc pass two and encoder pass two.
Set the two pass log filename (default: "framediff.log").
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