[FFmpeg-user] An object oriented video notation
astroelectronic at t-online.de
Mon Jan 31 10:38:14 EET 2022
Am 31.01.2022 um 05:03 schrieb Mark Filipak (ffmpeg):
> During the past year, I've developed a set of true stream primitives
> that are object oriented (frames, pictures, ...), plus a notation to
> describe encodings and "mechanical" manipulations that are useful and
> that are fairly easy to read and understand. Can the notation be used
> as a frontend to FFmpeg? I don't know ...maybe.
> I have written 11 HTML documents to introduce the notation and to
> present some novel use-cases.
> 1, Preface (8 KiB)
> 2, Teasers (20 KiB)
> 3, Enhanced Terminology (25 KiB)
> 4, Reference (19 KiB)
> 5, Encoding Of DVD & Bluray Content (18 KiB)
> 6, About Audio (9 KiB)
> 7, Recovering The Camera Shots (3 KiB)
> 8, Basic Primitives (21 KiB)
> 9, Pulldown Primitives (14 KiB)
> 10, Advanced Interpolations (12 KiB)
> 11, Seen In The Wild (11 KiB)
> Writing the docs took a long time and lot of work. Is there any
> appetite here for them?
I'd like to read it.
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