Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: single pass .rvf video conversion with DirectShow filter
Re: single pass .rvf video conversion with DirectShow filter
From: Joseph Jones <joe_at_bumpycarrot.cjb.net>
Date: Sun, 04 Apr 2004 03:50:00 +0100
One thing I forgot to ask, will the resizing maintain aspect ratio,
adding borders at the top/sides if necessary? Say if I fed it a
widescreen file, without borders at the top and bottom, so it's
widescreen aspect, will it preserve that?
> it's implementation friday again!
> Since a while, I have been working on a way to convert videos to .rvf
> directly in one step, quick and without any preprocessing/scaling, etc. It is a
> DirectShow renderer, consuming YUV video and MPEG audio which the rest of the
> infrastructure (the regular demux/decoders for media files) can provide. My
> component does the scaling, halftoning and the multiplexing. No HD spilled with
> big temporary files, and more variety of media to use as a source.
> This code is now moving for the first time, you can try my alpha version in
> a sneak preview:
> (fresh off the bench, no guarantee that it'll work for you, don't complain
> too loud)
> You will find a readme file there explaining the rest, how to use it with
> the "GraphEdit" test application from the MS DirectX9 SDK. I have included that
> there, so you don't have to download the whole SDK from Microsoft. ;-)
> I'd welcome a volunteer who makes a conversion application around this. It's
> not difficult, some COM interfaces can tie such a graph together. John?
> Have fun,
Received on 2004-04-04