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Old 15th February 2016, 07:58   #1  |  Link
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problem with mpeg-2 makefile

I am trying to encode a yuv video using MPEG-2 encoder. using a source code provided on MPEG official site (http://www.mpeg.org/pub_ftp/mpeg/mss...c_v1.1a.tar.gz). Source code contains multiple source files and a makefile.

I tried running it in windows 7 using VC++ 2010 express.But I did not use makefile. It got complied and run without any error, but I did not get expected output.

Is it due to not using makefile? If yes how should I use the makefile?

NOTE: You need to provide 2 inputs from command line (parameter file and a name of output video).
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Old 15th February 2016, 15:12   #2  |  Link
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No, you don't need makefile under Windows so your compiled exe file will (probably) be OK.
Can you post your parameter file here and explain what you used as video input and what the output looked like.
Or is it still akiyo_cif and the parameter file as you posted here.
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Old 16th February 2016, 13:14   #3  |  Link
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thanx for response. I tried running code without make and it is working fine.

parameter file and input files are same.

And according to me there is problem with .yuv files (Am not sure). As I converted .yuv to separate .y .u. .v and also in ppm and both are working fine. I am getting desired output
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