[FFmpeg-user] ffmpeg problem: Wrong or missing size information for certain EXRs
Paul B Mahol
onemda at gmail.com
Thu Sep 22 11:30:22 EEST 2022
On 9/20/22, Kevin Steele <kevwsteele at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi! I am trying to convert EXRs to a quicktime video. It has worked several
> times for me in the past. However, sometimes it doesn't work mysteriously
> on certain exrs and I am not clear why.
> Below is a google drive link to the exr file as an example; I assume people
> may need to reproduce this. The file is too big to include in an email. The
> EXR opens fine for me in various programs.
> I have tested this on both my mac and windows and I get the issue on both
> platforms. I am using a new version of ffmpeg from 2022.
> The command I tried is below:
> ffmpeg -analyzeduration 9223372036854775807 -probesize 9223372036854775807
> -s 1280x720 -i Window_v001.1001.exr -codec:v libx264 -s
> 1280x720 Window_v001.mov
> Below are things I have already tried, as you can tell from my
> command above:
> - setting analyzeduration and probesize to highest possible values
> - forcing the size
> - I have also tried various codecs.
> This exr was rendered from a program called 3ds Max: I'm not sure if that
> matters. However, often fmmpeg works totally fine with exrs rendered from
> 3ds. It just mysteriously fails sometimes.
> Anyone have any ideas/suggestions? Thanks so much
This was bug in parsing exr string metadata values of length greater than 255.
Fixed in master.
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