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Important: An important v.codec is missing!

Started by Walkstone, February 28, 2013, 04:25:23 PM

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Walkstone

Hello Mean!

An important video codec is missing in the Avidemux codec palette. It is the best lossless codec: the famous FFV1.
I can't understand how did you forgot that highly important codec.
I think it would be very easy to implement the codec in Avidemux.


Thank you for Your reply!
Peter.


Jan Gruuthuse

What version would that be?
QuoteFormat Decoder
FFV1   libavcodec
source: Video decoders

Walkstone

Quote from: Jan Gruuthuse on March 01, 2013, 08:00:52 AM
What version would that be?
QuoteFormat Decoder
FFV1   libavcodec
source: Video decoders

Hello!

I think about the FFV1 encoder. I use the standard 2.6 x64 version of Avidemux, and the newest x64 nightly builds.

Jan Gruuthuse

Would that not be the 1st option in avidemux 2.6.1, video output (FF)HuffYUV? Then using Configure to switch between HuffYUV and (FF)HuffYUV?
If that is not the case checkout avidemux 2.5.6

Walkstone

However the ffHuffyuv is not FFV1 encoder!  :-[

Jan Gruuthuse

Quote from: Walkstone on March 01, 2013, 03:38:22 PM
However the ffHuffyuv is not FFV1 encoder!  :-[
Don't understand your reply?
Status:
On April 16, 2006, a commit-message by Michael Niedermayer confirmed that the bitstream of FFv1 (version 1) is fixed:

Quote"ffv1 and ffvhuff havnt changed since a long time and noone proposed any
changes within 1 month after my warning so they are officially no longer
experimental and we will gurantee decodeability of files encoded with
the currenzt ffv1/ffvhuff in the future"
Video encoders
QuoteEncoder            Built-in
libavcodec FFV1    Yes

Walkstone

Hello Gruuthuse!

I'm affraid , You confused FFv1 codec and Huffyuv codec.

There are huge differences!

Read it: 
http://www.compression.ru/video/codec_comparison/pdf/msu_lossless_codecs_comparison_2007_eng.pdf

Lossless Video Codecs Comparison ââ,¬Ëœ2007

MSU Graphics & Media Lab (Video Group)



Quote from: Jan Gruuthuse on March 01, 2013, 04:18:14 PM
Quote from: Walkstone on March 01, 2013, 03:38:22 PM
However the ffHuffyuv is not FFV1 encoder!  :-[
Don't understand your reply?
Status:
On April 16, 2006, a commit-message by Michael Niedermayer confirmed that the bitstream of FFv1 (version 1) is fixed:

Quote"ffv1 and ffvhuff havnt changed since a long time and noone proposed any
changes within 1 month after my warning so they are officially no longer
experimental and we will gurantee decodeability of files encoded with
the currenzt ffv1/ffvhuff in the future"
Video encoders
QuoteEncoder            Built-in
libavcodec FFV1    Yes

Jan Gruuthuse

As I'm a user, I asked if that would not be
QuoteWould that not be the 1st option in avidemux 2.6.1, video output (FF)HuffYUV? Then using Configure to switch between HuffYUV and (FF)HuffYUV?
Confusion probably:
Quoteffv1/ffvhuff
Then 2nd reply:
QuoteIf that is not the case checkout avidemux 2.5.6

qpissledovatel

I registered for this - the codec FFV1 really NOT exist in palette. And it was in 2.5.6.
And ffHuffyuv is NOT FFV1 codec.
And return it please.

it's really missing.

mean

Noted, but other topics are more important at the moment

olaf

This discussion is years ago. Still missing the ffv1 codec. so +1 for the importance of this free lossless cocec!

eumagga0x2a

Quote from: olaf on August 04, 2021, 10:05:43 AMThis discussion is years ago.

Congratulations, gravedigger award secured :-)

Quote from: olaf on August 04, 2021, 10:05:43 AMStill missing the ffv1 codec.

A FFV1 encoder was added by szlldm two months ago. Decoding capabilities were always present. Please use a current nightly.