[MPlayer-users] segfault while trying to telecine

mplayer at interlinx.bc.ca mplayer at interlinx.bc.ca
Sun Mar 2 20:26:47 CET 2003

On Sun, Mar 02, 2003 at 11:44:40AM -0500, D Richard Felker III wrote:
> Hmm, sounds like -vop telecine doesn't properly support the output
> colorspace the codec is giving it. Would you send output of mplayer
> with -v so I can see what's causing the problem?

It was in the pilot message of this thread available here:


> In the mean time,
> using -vop telecine,format=yv12 should force YV12 and fix the problem.

That did indeed fix it.

> Agree. If you have mga_vid, this *might* already work, since the vsync
> in the hardware might ensure that the extra frame gets displayed for
> at least one refresh period. I'm not sure about that, though.

Will keep that in mind.

> Well a simple approach like that would probably work, but it would be
> better if the filters could just adjust the timestamps on each frame,
> for variable framerate adjustment. For example, imagine the case where
> you have a DVD that's a mix of 24fps/progressive and 30fps segments,
> and you want to output pure 30fps (with the 24fps parts telecined) for
> making an SVCD.

Of course.  Variable would be even nicer.


Brian J. Murrell
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