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avi2yuv is a program to convert AVIs into the YUV format for input of the Berkeley mpeg_encoder
avi2yuv is a program to convert AVIs into the YUV format for input of the Berkeley mpeg_encoder. Alternatively you can use mpeg2encode by the MPEG Software Simulation Group or save the frames as single files (YUV or BMP).
The following AVI compression algorithms are supported:
MJPG created by the cards listened in section 4) (e.g. FAST FPS60)
DIB uncompressed 16, 24 or 32 bit
YVU9 Indeo RAW
Y41P Hauppauge WinTV format
The following output formats are supported:
YUV into single files (one per frame)
YUV to stdout for direct input to mpeg_encode
BMP into single truecolor files (one per frame)
The following audio output formats are supported:
PCM raw audio data
WAV audio data with WAVE header
vi2yuv is known to work with the following hardware and software:
Intel based hardware with 32 bit compiler (LSB byte order is expected)
FAST Movie Machine II with MJPEG extention (should work)
FAST AV Master
Matrox Rainbow Runner Studio
AVIs created with the FAST FPS60 and edited with Adobe Premiere LE 4.0.
Uncompressed 16, 24 and 32 bit AVIs created with Adobe Premiere LE 4.0.
YVU9 AVIs created with Adobe Premiere LE 4.0.
Y41P AVIs recorded with a Bt848 card (e.g. Hauppauge WinTV PCI)
Linux 1.2.13 or 2.0.33
Berkeley MPEG encoder Version 1.5b
mpeg2encode Version 1.1a
Version 3.9t of musicin
mpeg2encode does also work under DOS if compiled with DJGPP (tested with
version 2.5.7). It should also work with every 32 bit compiler (e.g. emx under OS/2).
avi2yuv will only work with mpeg_encode if the pipe is 8 bit clean (depends
on the compiler and the OS). It should work under DOS if compiled with DJGPP
but you'll need a lot of disk space as the output of avi2yuv will be temporarely saved to disk as DOS isn't a multitasking OS (not tested).
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