[Cin] News and enhancements with CinGG/FFmpeg 6.1 ?

Terje J. Hanssen terjejhanssen at gmail.com
Mon Dec 11 23:26:29 CET 2023

Den 10.12.2023 01:31, skrev Phyllis Smith:
> Weird, but when I list the encoders via:  ./ffmpeg -encoders (where 
> ffmpeg is in cinelerra's subdirectory of thirdparty/ffmpeg-6.1) qsv is 
> not listed that I can see.

    There is a longer post "FFmpeg qsv_av1" (enabling qsv hw
    acceleration over 2 pages!) on Intel's support forum. There might be
    useful troubleshooting details.

    Maybe the poster did not finish the last suggestion, but Page 2 near
    the end, Intel's moderator pointed at an output error:

    For the above error, this is caused by a recent change in FFmpeg
    master, unfortunately FFmpeg 6.1 also has this issue.
    Could you try*FFmpeg 6.0* instead ? Or kindly try this patch:

> On Fri, Dec 8, 2023 at 6:37 PM Terje J. Hanssen 
> <terjejhanssen at gmail.com> wrote:
>     Den 09.12.2023 00:10, skrev Phyllis Smith:
>>         I am wondering if the news and enhancements of importance to
>>         CinGG/FFmpeg 6.1 users may  be outlined, including what is
>>         ready now and
>>         expected upcoming next?
>>     Although not exactly as requested, I have updated November News
>>     to better outline what *CinGG *takes advantage**of in the 6.1
>>     version of ffmpeg.  If you can think of anything I left out as it
>>     pertains to Cinelerra, please email that.  A lot of the new
>>     features are only really relevant on the command line and these
>>     are best outlined in many places on the internet already.  In
>>     addition I have minimally tested new formats of WBMP and HDR and
>>     have the ffmpeg/video directory format files ready for GIT checkin.
>>     I have tried testing AV1 capability with little success yet, but
>>     will continue to see if I can get an updated dav1d library
>>     version update for newer operating systems.
>>     **https://www.cinelerra-gg.org/news-updates/november-2023-release-and-build-farm-announcement/
>     Thank you.
>     Re: 5, only "NVIDIA NVENC AV1 encoding support" seems to be mentioned.
>     What about Intel (Arc) AV1 QSV and AMD AMF encoders in FFmpeg?
>     https://www.phoronix.com/news/Intel-AV1-QSV-Encode-FFmpeg
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