Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of Ticket #5071, comment 38


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Dec 7, 2015, 5:56:40 AM (4 years ago)
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  • Ticket #5071, comment 38

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    1 RICON, mkvmerge does NOT lose any information, as I said before. Everything in the 'stsd' atom is in the Matroska file created by mkvmerge. But FFmpeg doesn't use the default Macintosh palette as it should, when processing Apple Graphics in Matroska without a palette in the 'stsd' atom. It DOES use a palette when processing the original QuickTime file. I have looked at the source code in matroskadec.c, and there is no mention of using any palette whatsoever. Thanks for finally taking care of it anyway, RICON.
     1RICON, mkvmerge does NOT lose any information, as I said before. Everything in the 'stsd' atom is in the Matroska file created by mkvmerge. But FFmpeg doesn't use the default Macintosh palette as it should, when processing Apple Graphics in Matroska without a palette in the 'stsd' atom. It DOES use the default palette (defined in qtpalette.h) when processing the original QuickTime file. I have looked at the source code in matroskadec.c, and there is no mention of using any palette whatsoever. Thanks for finally taking care of it anyway, RICON.