[PD] gem codec basic review
puredata at 11h11.com
Sat Dec 1 01:13:33 CET 2007
thank you for your interest. here's the video (long life to gary burton).
i was wrong! lqtplay takes the same cpu as gem when not rendering
(pix_texture). ffplay is the best player for the quicktime jpeg with
only 16% of my cpu.
why i would like to have ffmpeg / mpeg4 in gem is because of the size of
the movie (3.5M for mpeg4 / 10M for quicktime and mjpeg).
i would like to know what format / codec people use with pix_film under
IOhannes m zmoelnig wrote:
> patrick wrote:
>> i am on linux running the very last version of gem from cvs. i am trying
>> to find a good codec for gem. here's my basic research:
>> the best codec for quicktime is jpeg:
>> transcode -i yourvideo -y mov,null -F jpeg,,jpeg_quality=70 -o gem.mov
>> gem cpu usage is 38%
>> mplayer cpu usage is 27%
>> ffplay cpu usage is 16%
>> lqtplay cpu usage is 1% **
>> * lqtplay seems to make a excellent job for decoding is own codec. would
>> it be possible to make a pix_qt based on the source of this player???
> which coded is Gem using to decode the mov?
> if it is quicktime4linux, then the results for _decoding_ should not
> differ so much.
> apart from the fact that Gem uses openGL to display the video, which is
> portentially slower than xv-overlay...could you test to only decode the
> videos with [pix_film], without any [pix_texture] and compare these?
> and put your video-files online so other people can participate in the
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