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why can't i use drive letter ?

drramimagdi
this works which is great
ffmpeg -v error -stats -y -i input -vf lut3d="/3DLUTs/001.3DL" output

but this does not
ffmpeg -v error -stats -y -i input -vf lut3d="*d:*/3DLUTs/001.3DL" output

this is the error

[lut3d @ 000000cc80ee8080] [Eval @ 000000ccfdbcdb50] Undefined constant or
missing '(' in '/3DLUTs/1.3DL'
[lut3d @ 000000cc80ee8080] Unable to parse option value "/3DLUTs/1.3DL"
[lut3d @ 000000cc80ee8080] [Eval @ 000000ccfdbcdb60] Undefined constant or
missing '(' in '/3DLUTs/1.3DL'
[lut3d @ 000000cc80ee8080] Unable to parse option value "/3DLUTs/1.3DL"
[lut3d @ 000000cc80ee8080] Error setting option interp to value
/3DLUTs/1.3DL.
[Parsed_lut3d_0 @ 000000cc800a9f40] Error applying options to the filter.
[AVFilterGraph @ 000000ccffe4a700] Error initializing filter 'lut3d' with
args 'd:/3DLUTs/1.3DL'
Error reinitializing filters!
Failed to inject frame into filter network: Invalid argument
Error while processing the decoded data for stream #0:0

i do not want to copy the filter beside the input file every time



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Re: why can't i use drive letter ?

Gyan Doshi-2


On 14-06-2020 02:08 pm, drramimagdi wrote:

> this works which is great
> ffmpeg -v error -stats -y -i input -vf lut3d="/3DLUTs/001.3DL" output
>
> but this does not
> ffmpeg -v error -stats -y -i input -vf lut3d="*d:*/3DLUTs/001.3DL" output
>
> this is the error
>
> [lut3d @ 000000cc80ee8080] [Eval @ 000000ccfdbcdb50] Undefined constant or
> missing '(' in '/3DLUTs/1.3DL'
> [lut3d @ 000000cc80ee8080] Unable to parse option value "/3DLUTs/1.3DL"
> [lut3d @ 000000cc80ee8080] [Eval @ 000000ccfdbcdb60] Undefined constant or
> missing '(' in '/3DLUTs/1.3DL'
> [lut3d @ 000000cc80ee8080] Unable to parse option value "/3DLUTs/1.3DL"
> [lut3d @ 000000cc80ee8080] Error setting option interp to value
> /3DLUTs/1.3DL.
> [Parsed_lut3d_0 @ 000000cc800a9f40] Error applying options to the filter.
> [AVFilterGraph @ 000000ccffe4a700] Error initializing filter 'lut3d' with
> args 'd:/3DLUTs/1.3DL'
> Error reinitializing filters!
> Failed to inject frame into filter network: Invalid argument
> Error while processing the decoded data for stream #0:0
>
> i do not want to copy the filter beside the input file every time

':' is used by ffmpeg filters to separate options, so it has to be
escaped when fed as part of an argument.

     lut3d='d\:/3DLUTs/001.3DL'


Regards,
Gyan




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Re: why can't i use drive letter ?

Michael Koch
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Am 14.06.2020 um 10:38 schrieb drramimagdi:
> this works which is great
> ffmpeg -v error -stats -y -i input -vf lut3d="/3DLUTs/001.3DL" output
>
> but this does not
> ffmpeg -v error -stats -y -i input -vf lut3d="*d:*/3DLUTs/001.3DL" output

if you are running this on Windows, try one of the solutions mentioned here:
https://lists.ffmpeg.org/pipermail/ffmpeg-user/2015-May/026525.html

Michael

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