[mythtv] packed image format and new deinterlacers

Steven Adeff adeffs.mythtv at gmail.com
Sun Sep 17 23:14:04 UTC 2006

On 9/16/06, Lincoln Dale <ltd at interlink.com.au> wrote:
> > > If you do manage to fix this, what I might suggest to get the data
> > > more advanced filters need is to eat the first three frames, storing
> > > them in whatever format is convenient, and output black replacement
> > > frames. Then when you have enough frames you can start outputting
> >
> > but with delaying the first frames i should go into AV-Sync troubles
> > which should be noticable by the user.
> > if i solved the above i would start with a first "copy-needed-frames"
> > version.
> i'm sure folks wouldn't be opposed to an enhancement to AudioOutputBase
> class (libs/libmyth/audiooutputbase.cpp) such that a deinterlacer could tell
> the audio sync to be delayed to whatever delay an interlacer needs.
> i'm sure if we could take deinterlacers from DScaler with minimal effort, it
> would be well worth it.

whats wrong with the regular ffmpeg deinterlacers?

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