[FFmpeg-user] change in behavior with -vf yadif
Paul B Mahol
onemda at gmail.com
Sat Jun 29 22:12:22 CEST 2013
On 6/29/13, Nicholas Robbins <nickrobbins at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I recently upgraded from 0.10.7 to 1.0.7. When I did so I saw a change in
> behavior with the -vf yadif flag.
> I am using ffmpeg to converge mpeg2 interlaced video (dvd video) to x264.
> The command I was using was this:
> ffmpeg -report -v 9 -loglevel 99 -i in.mkv -c copy -vf yadif -c:v libx264
> -preset veryfast -crf 20 /tmp/out.mkv
> With 0.10.7, I got this line in the log: [yadif @ 0x75fdbb64a0] mode:0
> parity:-1 auto_enable:0
> With 1.0.7, yadif isn't mentioned in the log at all.
> It looks, to my untrained eye that the output is deinterlaced, but I could
> be mistaken. So this is my question:
> a) am I putting the -vf yadif option in the right place? Maybe ffmpeg got
> pickier about where to put it?
> b) maybe ffmpeg is now less verbose?
Yes, that message is removed.
> c) maybe I'm doing something else wrong.
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