Actually, all that's offered there is a link, which points to Zeranoe's
Apparently, Zeranoe hasn't included liblensfun in their builds, so the
lensfun filter isn't included. You could post a request to Zeranoe, but
I can't find contact info. Otherwise, you need to build your own
version. (I haven't built for Windows, so don't ask me. ;-))
OTOH, I just downloaded the latest offered version
(ffmpeg-20200604-7f81785-win64-static), and v360 *is* included.
(Note, please use the git version, not the release version, especially
if you are missing recently added features or fixes).
bitte an die Liste anworten, und nicht nur an mich. (Dies geht jetzt
wieder an die Liste.)
On Sat, Jun 06, 2020 at 15:23:40 +0200, Tobias Müller wrote:
> thank you for your kind and fast response. It's appreciated. I am using
> the version in the ffmpeg-20200604-7f81785-win64-static.zip. When I look
> for v360 in ffmpeg -filters v360 is not there:
Interesting, I didn't check that list. I just did
$ ffmpeg -h filter=v360
and got a lot of options. When doing
$ ffmpeg -h filter=lensfun
I got an explicit error message.
I now checked the list, and it's there (I don't remember where, it must
be in the section with the "->V" filters, but I shut down my Win