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Old 23rd May 2006, 20:14   #1  |  Link
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interlaced encoding in x264 is here

Alex Izvorski of Auroras Entertainment has sent a patch adding initial interlaced encoding support to x264 to the maillist, thanks a lot!


I am pleased to announce the initial release of interlaced support for
x264. This was written by me with invaluable help from Loren Merritt
for Auroras Entertainment LLC.

Current status:
- fixed interlacing only, no PAFF/MBAFF yet
- all analysis modes and all motion estimation options work
- multiple ref frames work
- CABAC and CAVLC work
- no B-frames
- no trellis
- possibly other options don't work: mixed refs, RDO, B-pyramid

Some more information is in the included README.interlacing file.

The patch is relative to x264 r523 from svn, it may not apply cleanly
to the latest version. The patch is copyright Auroras Entertainment
LLC, 2006 and released under the same terms as x264 (GPL v2 or later).

We would like to support further efforts to develop interlacing, please
get in touch with me if you would like to be involved.


-Alex Izvorski

edit: hum seems the patch attachement has been removed by the mailserver :/
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