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Old 22nd January 2013, 01:24   #81  |  Link
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Yes, enable10bithack will automatically convert source to 16bit for easier previewing, so you should specify input_depth=16 in f3kdb/f3kdb_dither.
f3kdb 1.5.1 / MP_Pipeline 0.18

ffms2 builds with 10bit output hack:
libav-9a60b1f / ffmpeg-1e4d049 / FFmbc-0.7.1
Built from ffms2 6e0d654 (hack a9fe004)

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Old 22nd September 2013, 14:57   #82  |  Link
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With enable10bithack I'm getting a double height frame (1920x2160). I tried both progressive and interlaced sources, and AVC-Intra and DnxHD sources. I tried ffms2-9417b9c-libav-aca2510 and ffms2-r734-libav-e6160bd.
The bottom 1080 part is filled with colorful blocks and cropping resolves the issue.

Is that expected behavior?
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Old 22nd September 2013, 19:52   #83  |  Link
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Yes, it’s the “stack16” 16-bit format. Use DitherPost() if you want to go back to 8 bits, or don’t set enable10bithack.
dither 1.28.1 for AviSynth | avstp 1.0.4 for AviSynth development | fmtconv r26 for Vapoursynth & Avs+ | trimx264opt segmented encoding
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Ok, thanks
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It seems this version of FFM2 doesn't support VP9 videos, while the official version does.
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