[Libav-user] output-example.c replacement?
xtingray at gmail.com
Mon Apr 27 06:54:24 EEST 2020
That's exactly the point where I started my research. There is interesting
stuff there, but as I mentioned in the first message, all the examples
start assuming an input file.
For example, I want to learn how to set the key parameters of an
AVCodecParameters variable manually, so I can copy it into an
The "from scratch" approach is the missing point in the current examples.
PS: The encode_video.c has the potential to introduce several concepts, but
it doesn't use any AVStream component, so it's still incomplete from the
On Sun, Apr 26, 2020 at 10:01 PM Leandro Moreira <
leandro.ribeiro.moreira at gmail.com> wrote:
> I think this is useful
> On Sun, Apr 26, 2020, 11:49 PM Gustav González <xtingray at gmail.com> wrote:
>> In the old versions of the ffmpeg source code, there was a nice example
>> showing how to create a video file from scratch, setting the most important
>> variables of its components.
>> This is it:
>> I just wonder if there is an updated version of it or some other
>> reference I can use to create a video file using the same logic but calling
>> the latest API methods, as much of them in the old example are already
>> I have seen some comments in the documentation suggesting things like:
>> "instead use this...", but the truth is the information is really vague. A
>> working example as the one I referenced would be a great pedagogic tool.
>> Most of the "recent" examples take the parameters from an incoming
>> (pre-existing) input file to run some kind of "operation" into an output
>> file, but what if I want to create a video file from scratch? (i.e. from an
>> image sequence)
>> Any advice/hint would be really appreciated. Thanks.
>> Gustav Gonzalez
>> xtingray at gmail.com
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