[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH] lavc/h264_slice: clarify informational message in case of disabled slice multi-threaded decoding
stefasab at gmail.com
Wed Jun 18 11:22:27 CEST 2014
On date Tuesday 2014-06-10 11:17:48 -0400, Ronald S. Bultje encoded:
> > > You should probably also make it clear that doing so will cause
> > > nondeterministic output which violates the h264 spec?
> > This should be apparent from fast flag documentation. But I can add:
> > "You can use flag2 +fast to enable it, but this will generate
> > non-spec-compliant output"
> > > I mean, the more appropriate things to do are:
> > > - if latency is acceptable, use some other form of threading (e.g.
> > frame-mt)
> > > - if latency is not acceptable (e.g. live videochat), use
> > skip-slice-edges
> > > loopfilter mode (in the encoder)
> > Can't find a reference to such mode, can you provide a link or
> > reference? What codecs provide such option?
> This is 2 lines above what you patches: h->deblocking_filter == 2 (or in
> the spec: disable_deblocking_filter_idc == 2) means deblock only edges that
> don't cross slices. 1 means deblock all edges, even between slices (which
> means you can't mt it if you use slice-mt). 0 means no deblocking.
> I don't know what mode x264 uses from the top of my head.
Thanks for the valuable information and explanation. From my browsing
in the libx264 source-code there is no way to explicitly set the
option, it is automatically enabled when slices are enabled (but: I
might be wrong).
Updated patch with more verbose explanation.
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