c) please add a set of IRE windows that go by 5 IREs (5, 10, 15 etc).
Originally Posted by dr1394
Sure, those are all very easy.
Hi Ron, I realize that this is from a few years ago but I was wondering if you ever got around to making the 5% increment white window patterns including the 75% white window needed by various software tools to do a color measure run? I don't see any on your site. Since I'm also a "C guy"
, I've looked at ire.c that you wrote and can see how it should be fairly trivial to create .yuv files for each one of these patterns via the command line arguments but I don't have a lot of expertise in the area of encoding. It sounds like the basic mechanism is to use Avisynth combined with a MPEG-2 encoder such as TMPGEnc. My main goal is to produce MPEG-2 files that I can load onto the HD TIVO via the TIVO desktop software. Unfortunately, the MPEG-4 files from AVS-HD won't load even though TIVO says .mp4 files are supported (it looks like that they are not natively supported but are converted by the Desktop software to MPEG-2 - but that seems to be failing).
thanks for any insights/pointers and for the patterns,