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Old 7th August 2019, 21:38   #1  |  Link
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10bit in 16bit pixel format

How to convert 10bit file (eg. uncompressed YUV) into 16bit one, but keeping original bits and just padding with 0s?
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Expr(clip, 'x * 64', vs.YUV420P16)
You meant shift the bits 6 steps to the left, right?
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I assume. So no extra bits are introduced but original ones are inserted into 16bit format.
Is it possible with ffmpeg directly?
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Expr(clip, 'x * 64', vs.RGGB48)

I assume this will work for RGB 10bit source.
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