[Libav-user] Problem with using libavcodec with AV_CODEC_ID_H264
Ashwin Chandra - SISA
ashwin.c at sisa.samsung.com
Sun Feb 10 08:32:57 CET 2013
No I got the link. I guess that preset will most likely remove B frames as they have latency.
For the P-frames, I do want them to get better compression, just not the B frames. Does the zerolatency preset remove all P frames?
From: libav-user-bounces at ffmpeg.org [mailto:libav-user-bounces at ffmpeg.org] On Behalf Of Alex Cohn
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Subject: Re: [Libav-user] Problem with using libavcodec with AV_CODEC_ID_H264
On Sun, Feb 10, 2013 at 12:38 AM, Ashwin Chandra - SISA <ashwin.c at sisa.samsung.com> wrote:
> 1. Just as a sanity check, to disable b-frames, I just set the max_bframes parameter to 0?
> 2. If GOP size is 1, wouldn't that always be I frames? No predictional
You probably missed the link yesterday:
There is "preset" and "tune" options in ffmpeg, you can set them that way:
av_opt_set(codecContex->priv_data, "preset", "ultrafast", 0); av_opt_set(codecContex->priv_data, "tune", "zerolatency", 0);
where codecContex is AVCodecContext.
For other x264 options that isn't presented in ffmpeg you could use "x264opts" option:
av_opt_set(codecContex->priv_data, "x264opts", "no-mbtree:sliced-threads:sync-lookahead=0", 0);
Regarding P-frames, I thought you wanted to remove them, too.
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