[MPlayer-DOCS] CVS: main/DOCS/xml/en faq.xml,1.79,1.80
poirierg at gmail.com
Tue Jun 28 21:02:55 CEST 2005
On 6/28/05, Guillaume POIRIER <poirierg at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 6/28/05, The Wanderer <inverseparadox at comcast.net> wrote:
> > Guillaume Poirier CVS wrote:
> > > Also, even though leaving out <option>-ofps</option> should work in most
> > > -cases PAL requires <option>-ofps</option> 25 and NTSC
> > > +cases, (as your source is likely to have the appropriate framerate
> > > +already) PAL requires <option>-ofps</option> 25 and NTSC requires
> > Slight mistake here: the comma goes after the parentheses.
> > The rest is satisfactory.
> :-) Ok, fixed locally. I'll commit the fixes soon as I forgot to
> include the tip about the frame size expected for PAL and NTSC.
Here it is: :-)
RCS file: /cvsroot/mplayer/main/DOCS/xml/en/faq.xml,v
retrieving revision 1.80
diff -u -r1.80 faq.xml
--- DOCS/xml/en/faq.xml 28 Jun 2005 11:40:32 -0000 1.80
+++ DOCS/xml/en/faq.xml 28 Jun 2005 19:01:02 -0000
@@ -1350,9 +1350,15 @@
although very often files with much longer GOPs play correctly (25 should
never lead to any problem).
Also, even though leaving out <option>-ofps</option> should work in most
-cases, (as your source is likely to have the appropriate framerate
-already) PAL requires <option>-ofps</option> 25 and NTSC requires
+cases (as your source is likely to have the appropriate framerate
+already), PAL requires <option>-ofps</option> 25 and NTSC requires
+What's more, PAL SVCDs only support 480x576 and 352x288 resolutions,
+when NTSC only supports 480x480 and 352x240.
+If the source video has a different resolution, then you must rescale
+with the <option>scale</option> video filter, which will make your filter
+chain look like <option>-vf scale=480:576,harddup</option> or
+<option>-vf scale=352:288,harddup</option> for a PAL SVCD.
As far as the audio is concerned, SVCD only supports MPEG-1 layer II audio,
therefore you have to use one of
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