Per chance, that would not be the Australian ABC ?ABC is testing their new HEVC 4:2:2 fronthaul today. Tried to open a sample of it in VRD6 and the program just closes. No error, nothing.
Ah. I wonder, given it seems as if 4:2:2 may be going into the wild, is there some thought as to whether at some time 4:2:2 may make its way to the standard version ?We only support 4:2:2 in our Pro version. Although it shouldn't just crash. It should throw up an error.
It's a business decision, not a technical one. I'll forward to DanR and he can decide what he wants to do.PS: the ffmpeg decoders support 4:2:2 in Mpeg-4 and HEVC, so I don't see why it's a "PRO" only feature. we need to get out of the mindset that 4:2:2 is "pro" only, it's no longer a pro only format. It's going to become the standard for lots of feeds.
Until now there were some pretty major bugs in the profile grid used for Pro. I just recently fixed those and got them to DanR. I'm not sure when he'll put out a Pro beta, but at least now he's able to without it being completely broken.Danr, it would be great if you would provide your pro customers with at least one beta per v6 to test. But you do not even answer e-mails and inquire.
4:2:2 is under warranty no standard for any tv station. No consumer device can represent 4:2:2. That is why the function in the pro version in good hands.
Where is the download link for the discussed pro version? I would also upload 1 or 2 test files in 4:2:2 HEVC, but nobody answers.
Did not find a link for the pro version.
Do you have any broadcast style test files at all? HEVC 4:2:2, high data rate as usual on broadcast?
Again: Why don't you accept broadcast files for testing? How do you want to fix the deficiencies?