But the resulting file contains uncompressed video (rawvideo (UYVY /
0x59565955), uyvy422, 1416x1062, 1k tbr, 1k tbn, 1k tbc) instead of the
native stream. I could specify a video codec, of course, but the stream
would then be transcoded (mpeg2 -> uncompressed -> mpeg2). I want to
capture the native stream, untouched.
iMovie and LifeFlix don't seem to have any problem capturing the raw HDV
stream into a MOV file (mpeg2video (Main) (hdv2 / 0x32766468),
yuv420p(tv, bt709, top coded first (swapped)), 1440x1080 [SAR 4:3 DAR
16:9], 25000 kb/s, 29.97 fps, 29.97 tbr, 30k tbn, 59.94 tbc). The "only"
problem is that ffmpeg sometimes fails to read those MOV files
correctly. This is another problem. I've created a ticket for that.
Question: is there any way to capture an HDV stream using ffmpeg on
macOS? Should I switch to Linux, using the iec61883 input device? Or
Windows, using the dshow input device?
>> Am 28.10.2019 um 11:17 schrieb Olivier Bruchez <[hidden email]>:
>> With HDV tapes, though, the command above doesn't work.
> Please provide the command line you tested together with the complete, uncut console output.
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