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Old 21st May 2015, 20:06   #1  |  Link
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Simple way to read HEVC SEI --master-display data

I'm looking for a relatively simple way to read the full SEI data out of a HEVC .mp4 file. Seems like it should be really simple, but neither MediaInfo nor ffprobe show the --master-display SMPTE 2086 stuff that I can find. MediaInfo shows the basic colormatrix/transfer stuff, but not the --master-display values.
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Most analyzer tools can show this.
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Most analyzer tools can show this.
For example?
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