[FFmpeg-cvslog] r20435 - trunk/ffmpeg.c

Stefano Sabatini stefano.sabatini-lala
Thu Dec 3 09:04:31 CET 2009

On date Wednesday 2009-12-02 23:14:51 -0200, Ramiro Polla wrote:
> New patch attached with your suggestions, and a ':' on "according to
> the following rules:"
> Ramiro Polla

> Index: doc/ffmpeg-doc.texi
> ===================================================================
> --- doc/ffmpeg-doc.texi	(revision 20711)
> +++ doc/ffmpeg-doc.texi	(working copy)
> @@ -833,13 +833,17 @@
>  ('#') character are ignored and are used to provide comments. Check
>  the @file{ffpresets} directory in the FFmpeg source tree for examples.
> -Preset files are specified with the @code{vpre}, @code{apre} and
> - at code{spre} options. The options specified in a preset file are
> +Preset files are specified with the @code{vpre}, @code{apre},
> + at code{spre}, and @code{fpre} options. The @code{fpre} option takes as
> +input the filename of the preset instead of a preset name and can be
> +used for any kind of codec. For the @code{vpre}, @code{apre}, and
> + at code{spre} options, the options specified in a preset file are
>  applied to the currently selected codec of the same type as the preset
>  option.
> -The argument passed to the preset options identifies the preset file
> -to use according to the following rules.
> +The argument passed to the @code{vpre}, @code{apre}, and @code{spre}
> +preset options identifies the preset file to use according to the
> +following rules:
>  First ffmpeg searches for a file named @var{arg}.ffpreset in the
>  directories @file{$HOME/.ffmpeg}, and in the datadir defined at
> @@ -854,11 +858,6 @@
>  the video codec with @code{-vcodec libx264} and use @code{-vpre max},
>  then it will search for the file @file{libx264-max.ffpreset}.
> -Finally, if the above rules failed and the argument specifies an
> -absolute pathname, ffmpeg will search for that filename. This way you
> -can specify the absolute and complete filename of the preset file, for
> -example @file{./ffpresets/libx264-max.ffpreset}.
> -
>  @anchor{FFmpeg formula evaluator}
>  @section FFmpeg formula evaluator

Thanks, fine for me.


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