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Re: asf/wmv problems

Michel Bardiaux-2
Thomas Rehaag a écrit :

> Michel Bardiaux schrieb:
>> Thomas Rehaag a écrit :
>> Please dont top-post. And certainly DONT paste my reply at top, since I
>> didnt top-post myself!
>>
>>>> The first thing to do is to validate your asf and wmv files against
>>>> ffmpeg (or the reverse, depending on your faith...) by simply converting
>>>> the asf/wmv to mpeg1 using ffmpeg.
>>> ffmpeg  -r 30 -i 1.asf -y  -b 1024k  d1.mpg
>>>
>>> works fine. Command line output is attached below.
>> OK, but you complained of twisted colors. Is the mpeg correct when viewed?
>>
>>> So - is there an error in the reading function GetNextFrame of
>>> avcodec_sample.cpp?
>>> (http://www.inb.uni-luebeck.de/~boehme/avcodec_sample.cpp)
>> I wouldnt know, I dont use cpp.
>
> Hi,
>
> the twisted colours have been in the pictures, avcodec_sample.cpp
> produced, when it worked with one asf file.
> The output from ffmpeg is fine!
> avcodec_sample.cpp only has c++ in it's name, it's plain c ;)
>
Now, define 'twisted' please.


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Re: asf/wmv problems

Thomas Rehaag


Michel Bardiaux schrieb:

>
> Thomas Rehaag a écrit :
> > Michel Bardiaux schrieb:
> >> Thomas Rehaag a écrit :
> >> Please dont top-post. And certainly DONT paste my reply at top, since I
> >> didnt top-post myself!
> >>
> >>>> The first thing to do is to validate your asf and wmv files against
> >>>> ffmpeg (or the reverse, depending on your faith...) by simply converting
> >>>> the asf/wmv to mpeg1 using ffmpeg.
> >>> ffmpeg  -r 30 -i 1.asf -y  -b 1024k  d1.mpg
> >>>
> >>> works fine. Command line output is attached below.
> >> OK, but you complained of twisted colors. Is the mpeg correct when viewed?
> >>
> >>> So - is there an error in the reading function GetNextFrame of
> >>> avcodec_sample.cpp?
> >>> (http://www.inb.uni-luebeck.de/~boehme/avcodec_sample.cpp)
> >> I wouldnt know, I dont use cpp.
> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > the twisted colours have been in the pictures, avcodec_sample.cpp
> > produced, when it worked with one asf file.
> > The output from ffmpeg is fine!
> > avcodec_sample.cpp only has c++ in it's name, it's plain c ;)
> >
> Now, define 'twisted' please.

Hi Michel,

here's one frame of the mp4 file:
http://www.ismism.de/xc/original.jpg
and this is, what avcodec_sample.cpp made of it:
http://www.ismism.de/xc/avcodec.jpg   

I didn't manage to get the same frame in both cases.

Best Regards,

Thomas
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