[mythtv] packed image format and new deinterlacers
msc at antzsystem.de
Mon Sep 18 09:01:03 UTC 2006
Am Montag, 18. September 2006 01:14 schrieb Steven Adeff:
> 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?
ffmpeg kerneldeInt produces bad results (a lot of "combs") for sport
events like soccer. Greedy high motion are in my opinion one of the
best available software deinterlacers for interlaced material with
parts of high motion. Therefore i'm working on a solution for using
dscaler with mythtv.
Markus Schulz - msc at antzsystem.de
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