[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH 0/6] Toward a SPS filter for H.264
michaelni at gmx.at
Sun Nov 30 14:12:20 CET 2014
On Sun, Nov 30, 2014 at 01:15:43PM +0100, Vittorio Giovara wrote:
> On 30/11/2014 01:45, Christophe Gisquet wrote:
> >Most of the code is actually not mine but originated from "Direct264":
> >Therefore I've tried to split as best as possible the code I have added.
> >There are 3 controversial parts in this patch set:
> >- the BSF API change (fixing it is out of my league/time budget)
> >- the filter doing in-place filtering (?)
> >- the level of validation for this new filter
> >I've only tested the cropping feature, and validating that the rest
> >works tenuous. Anyway, cropping is unfortunately not at all well
> >- VLC 2.1.5 (Windows) either crashes or outputs garbage
> >- DXVA on some Intel core gets top/left cropping completely wrong
> > (0,0 but something valid for bottom/right seems to be OK)
> >- ffmpeg-based decoders (e.g. mplayer) are OK
> >It is possible the implementation is incorrect but it was written
> >following the specs.
> I don't really understand this patchset nor the usecase for it.
I belive its usecase is to correct incorrect parameters in an SPS
croping, aspect ratio level/profile, ...
in cases where re-encoding with better parameters is not possible
(broken encoder, source material unavailble, ...
> While of course it's technically possible to change the SPS, it's a
> VeryBadIdea to so. Especially if you are targetting cropping (which
> is fixed in VLC 2.2 btw), you *never ever* have to ignore it, but
> use it to crop the picture correctly, as it's a mandatory part in
> the H264 specifications. If your use case is non-spec compliant,
> then you already have a CODEC_FLAG for that, which does not modifies
> the bitstream.
> All other uses cases seem workaround for broken encoders/decoders,
> it'd be better to fix those instead.
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