jpeg2000 out of ffmpeg messed up chroma?
Can someone advise the proper way of converting a DNxHD 422YUV file to jpeg2000 yuv quicktime. I have tried the "jpeg2000" codec and the "openjpeg" codec in ffmpeg, and they both produce a video, but the chroma looks crazy in playback with VLC, quicktime won't even try to decode it, and adobe apps see all white.
I don't need these to be Digital Cinema compliant or lossless, I just need to convert files to jpeg2000 quicktime and have them playback correctly.
Any advice is greatly appreciated!
Here's a screen grab of what VLC is seeing: 9315_capture.jpg.zip
You should show your ffmpeg command and the complete console output of what you tried.
ffmpeg -y -ss 7.03 -i "%s" -r 24 -pix_fmt yuv422p -vcodec libopenjpeg -pix_fmt yuv422p -acodec copy "%s"
i've also tried ffmpeg -i inputfile.mov -vcodec openjpeg -acodec copy outputfile.mov
Although I also tried it with adobe media encoder and the yielded similar results so it might be something else... I'm running a few more tests to make sure. I'm wondering if I'm just not able to playback a jpeg2000 codec correctly.
Complete console outputs missing.
Sorry, see below, also here is a .pdf of the output: 9334_untitled.pdf.zip
It did complain about not having global headers, but I'm not sure what that means... "codec for stream 1 does not use global headers but container format requires global headers"