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Old 06-25-2004, 03:42 PM   #1
BeetleBailey
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error when using mpeg2encode


I'm converting JPEG images into MPEG-2 movie files by using the Imagemagick <convert> command to convert the images into yuv format & then encode them into mpeg-2 format using mpeg2encode (from the mpeg2vidcodec-1.2 RPM package)
All of the jpg's convert to yuv fine, but when I try to encode them from yuv into mpeg2, I get an error message on one of the files, it says:

>horizontal_size must be a even (4:2:0 / 4:2:2)

obviously it's complaining about the size of one of the JPEG images, but I don't know exactly what this error means. If anyone has ran into this before, or knows what this means, or how to resolve it ... any clarification would be helpful.
 
  


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