[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH] add ME_T/ESA to avcodec.h
Sat Jun 7 15:12:37 CEST 2008
On Sat, Jun 07, 2008 at 11:18:08AM +0100, Robert Swain wrote:
> 2008/6/7 Michael Niedermayer <michaelni at gmx.at>:
> > On Fri, Jun 06, 2008 at 07:25:24PM -0700, Baptiste Coudurier wrote:
> > [...]
> >> 2) adding a way to override AVOptions range for qmax etc.. which needs
> >> to be hardcoded because user has no business saying that qmax max value
> >> for mpeg-2 is 7821637.
> > true
> >> Mainly because bumping default max value to 1024
> >> would require every codec supporting qmax to check if value is valid.
> > I see the problem, i dont know which solution is best but
> > qmax in mpeg2 depends on the use of non linear quantizer IIRC (unless i
> > have the place of where the max is applied wrong ...)
> > then most options depend on the profile & level, some might depend on
> > the pixelformat 420 vs. 422 vs. 444
> > So simple per codec ranges are not enough at all ...
> Indeed. Possibly even more flexibility is needed. For the x264
> defaults, some values depend on other values if they are to match the
> x264 CLI. We may not do this but, for example, rate tolerance in x264
> is expressed as a multiplier of the bit rate I think and by default it
> is set to 1.0. To imitate that behaviour in FFmpeg one has to set -bt
> equal to the specified bit rate (if there is one). I don't think this
> can be done in your presets code, can it?
No, but if one would continue stefanos idea of improving av_get_string()
(the stuff about hash tables and making all values available to eval)
then one could write
or even much more complex expressions bt=sin(b)+cos(sample_rate)^2 ...
The only real problem is that stefanos idea was lacking a simple and
Basically we need a fast and efficient way to make all the values
from a struct and the AVOption contstants available to eval() and that
has to be alot faster than iterating over them once. It can surely be
done, if someone volunteers to do the work i can think about how it
can be done ...
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