[Ffmpeg-devel] [PATCH/RFC] 1-7 and 9-15 bits per pixel PGM files
Fri Apr 6 18:58:36 CEST 2007
On Fri, Apr 06, 2007 at 05:06:59PM +0200, Ivo wrote:
> >>[Cineon weird formats]
> > Well, how are they stored? Do they actually use e.g. 12 bit per pixel,
> > or do they in reality use 16 bit per pixel with the highest 4 bits
> > unused? In that case I think they're idiots for needlessly complicating
> > a storage format, they should just have shifted the whole thing left.
> > If they actually use only 12 bit to store, then blowing it up is a small
> > thing (and by far not as costly as the arbitrary maxval).
> It seems that for legacy Cineon, there are only 10-bit log files in the wild
> (which is that the Kodak scanner produces) with matching dimension for all
> channels. For DPX files, it looks like 1, 8, 10, 12 and 16 bits per
> component are common. There's also 32 bits (float) but I haven't seen an
> implementation of that yet.
> Pixels can be stored in a variety of ways. They define cells being 8, 16 or
> 32 bits wide and fields being packed inside those cells. They can be padded
> with zeroes, or they can have as much fields per cell as possible (i.e. 6
> bits per field, ch1 ch2 ch3 ch1 ch2 pad etc...). Well,
> supporting these funky schemes is madness, so they should be torn appart
> and stored as 1 or 2 bytes per pixel IMHO. The question is, should we add
> PIX_FMT's for 10, 12 and 16 bits/component RGB(A) and do not support
> anything else or should we only add PIX_FMT_RGB48/64 and blow everything
> else up in the image decoder? (including proper scaling so white stays
> white, i.e. 0x3fff -> 0xffff instead of 0xfffc).
i think there is no sense in supporting anything between 8 and 16 bits per
component, at least not currently, it can always be added later
its IMHO too a big mess to manage hundreads of pix formats noone uses
this of course would change if these formats get used alot more in the
future or we would have a more generic pix_fmt_descriptor which can
handle arbitrary pix_fmts ...
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