[FFmpeg-user] Is FFV1 able to encode interlaced video?

Christoph Gerstbauer christophgerstbauer at gmail.com
Sun Aug 9 16:44:13 CEST 2015

> Hi
>  From an interlaced input (video tape) is it possible to capture
> interlaced video file encoded with FFV1 (using -flags +ilme+ildct)?
> I can't find an answer after long search.
> All my captures seem to be converted to progressive.
> Thanks
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Hi, MrNice,

is far as I know FFV1 does not care if a source is progressive or 
It encodes video it AS IS, and does not change interlaced essence to 
progressive. When it is interlaced (top or bottom field first), the 
interlaced essence will be saved as is.

Best Regards

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