[Ffmpeg-devel] Re: Indeo 2
Thu Apr 14 11:47:16 CEST 2005
On Thu, Apr 14, 2005 at 06:12:33AM +0300, Kostya wrote:
> >Kostya wrote:
> >> I uploaded puppy-raw.avi created from windows decoder (ir21_r.dll) to
> >> incoming
> >With what program did you create it? As I said, I'm looking for a program
> >that can actually play Indeo 2 content. MPlayer can't, although I do not
> >have the DLL you mention. Could you send it over?
> Yes, uploaded it into incoming/, but it is also 16-bit driver :(
> Used to create with Win98+VirtualDub+ir21_r.dll (the last was in package
> with Intel Indeo codecs).
OK, I put the driver in the RT21 dir.
Do you know any player that can play Indeo 2 on Windows? Which Indeo
codec package did you stumble across? I found the following:
It contains IR21.DLL, dunno if it is the same one, I'm on the run now
and will investigate later.
BTW, if you upload something to MPlayer FTP, please also add a .txt file
with the same name so we know what it is. Otherwise chances are it will
be deleted without investigation.
> >The video you uploaded does not have the coarse blocks on the boy's
> >I was talking about in the other mail, so I guess this is still a bug in
> >your decoder.
> I still suspect that's MPlayer colorspace conversion removes blockiness.
> Try ffmpeg -i file -an -vcodec rawvideo -pix_fmt yuv410p -vtag YVU9 raw.avi
> I tried on puppy and player result in MPlayer (got swapped U and V
> fields but that's OK) and got _NO_ blocks. So it must be MPlayer.
Hmm, I'm still sceptical since the first version of your decoder did not
produce the blocks IIRC. Unfortunately I do not have it around to
compare right now. Could you please resend it to me (in private) so I
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