My dv capture scripts are finally up with a read me
The majority of today’s coloured world is based on a BGGR, RGGB, GBRG or GRBG #Bayer pattern, having a quarter of the red, half of the green and a quarter of the blue information. Yet, of course, at half of the horizontal and vertical pixel resolution you get a full RGB file.
The first public presentation:
… and more to come!
New bloggage - a simple workflow tool for imaging optical media using readom and ddrescue https://www.bitsgalore.org/2019/03/22/a-simple-workflow-tool-for-imaging-optical-media-using-readom-and-ddrescue
Working on a lecture for next week inspired me to properly condense all my bookmarked emulation resources into one basket, and put the list out there for everyone.
If you've got favored blogs/papers/guides for emulation, please contribute and share!!
Now that my FILM muxer is in FFmpeg, I think my next step will be writing up a blog post on it! I didn’t find many resources on this kind of thing, so I hope writing about my experiences will help other people - and be interesting in general.
I’m still trying to figure out why FFmpeg’s Cinepak is being rejected by the Saturn, but it’s a bit less pressing now that I have access to a vintage Cinepak encoder. My muxer’s still very useful for replacing audio.
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