[Cin] MKV containers
ben at innovationplex.com
Sun Feb 10 20:57:17 CET 2019
I use the end-of-the-month builds, and it doesn't render any background frames in the specified /tmp directory.
I do not experience slowdowns in playback (except when specifying either render every frame or applying some rather heavy effects) however I have noticed that MKV containers take significantly longer to seek than MP4s.
I took a large constant frame-rate screen capture I had and converted it from an h264/aac MKV to an h264/aac MP4 (copying the streams with ffmpeg) and the seek times at a cut were greatly reduced (Those files will still send any NLE through a loop though because of how ungodly large they are). So I believe that MKV may have some extra overhead or lack of information that makes seeking through them harder for editors.On Feb 10, 2019 2:28 PM, Andrea paz <gamberucci.andrea at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Benrob0329.
> Can I ask if you compile from GIT or use the end-of-month arch build?
> Apart from background rendering, do you find slowdowns in playback?
> For the background rendering it just doesn't work for me and the proof
> is that it doesn't create still images. Does it do that to you too?
> Thank you for your patience. I converted an .mp4 file to .mpg. I went
> from 12MB to 160MB but the GOP went from 250 to 12. But nothing has
> changed in playback in CinGG. Both mp4 and mpg went at 30 fps normally
> and dropped to 13 with effects.
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