[FFmpeg-user] overlaying a clut over a picture
Paul B Mahol
onemda at gmail.com
Mon Jan 14 10:48:45 EET 2019
On 1/14/19, Michael Koch <astroelectronic at t-online.de> wrote:
> Am 14.01.2019 um 08:40 schrieb Michael Koch:
>> Am 14.01.2019 um 07:28 schrieb Michael Koch:
>>> When I create a color-look-up-table with this command line, the
>>> result is a 512x512 clut saved as 16-bit PNG. It works as expected
>>> and I checked that the top left pixel is black (R=0, G=0, B=0) and
>>> the bottom right pixel is white (R=65026, G=65026, B=65026).
>>> c:\ffmpeg\ffmpeg -f lavfi -i haldclutsrc=8 -frames 1 -pix_fmt rgb48be
>>> -y clut.png
>>> In the next example I wanted to extract one frame from a video,
>>> overlay the clut in the top left corner, and save it as 16-bit PNG. I
>>> need 16-bit PNG because my video is 10-bit. At first glimpse the
>>> result looks good, but a closer examination finds that the top left
>>> pixel is not pure black, it's R=0, G=1285, B=0, and the bottom right
>>> pixel of the clut (at coordinates 511,511) is not pure white, it's
>>> R=65535, G=63736, B=65535. Why are the colors wrong?
>>> c:\ffmpeg\ffmpeg -ss 5 -i P1000099.mov -f lavfi -i haldclutsrc=8
>>> -filter_complex overlay -frames 1 -pix_fmt rgb48be -y
>> I found a solution myself: overlay=format=rgb
> But the output of the overlay filter seems to be RGB24. Is it possible
> to get RGB48 out of the overlay filter? Or is there any other filter for
> overlaying two RGB48 images?
Try maskedmerge filter with gbrp16 pixel format.
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