Re: [Cellar] "raw" data from scanner

Reto Kromer <lists@reto.ch> Thu, 26 April 2018 09:57 UTC

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Jerome Martinez wrote:

>e.g. with CineForm RAW, issue is to have a usable
>decoder for such stream, it takes time to adapt the CineForm
>RAW decoder source code to something usable for FFV1 encoder
>input),

I personally gave up this approach soon after the code has been
released and in my company we do actually "intercept" the
sensor's data before they are encoded in something I don't like.
I would like to encode directly into correct, standard, etc.
FFV1 version N (possibly N = 4). That's my point. Sorry for not
haven been clear!

Best regards, Reto