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BLIND-TO-VIDEO(1)	    General Commands Manual	     BLIND-TO-VIDEO(1)

NAME
       blind-to-video -	Converts blind video to	a regular video

SYNOPSIS
       blind-to-video [-d] frame-rate ffmpeg-arguments ...

DESCRIPTION
       blind-to-video  reads  a	 blind	video from stdin and uses ffmpeg(1) to
       convert it to a normal video format.  frame-rate	must  be  set  to  the
       frame-rate  of  the  input video, lest the tempo	in the output video be
       modified. You can use ffprobe(1)	(an ffmpeg utility) on	your  original
       video to	find out the frame rate:

	    ffprobe -v quiet -show_streams -select_streams v --	your-video.mkv |
	    grep '^r_frame_rate=' | cut	-d = -f	2-

       This value will be a rational value, which is supported.	 All argumnets
       after frame-rate	(that is ffmpeg-arguments  ...)	  are  arguments  that
       will  be	 passed	 to  ffmpeg(1) after the arguments that	blind-to-video
       will create that	specifies the input file and necessary	metadata  such
       as frame	rate, geometry,	and format, of the input video.	 Beginners are
       recommended to use  -c:v	 libx264  -preset  veryslow  -crf  0  -pix_fmt
       yuv444p -- output-file.

OPTIONS
       -d     Perform  coarse  colour-model conversion.	This will increase the
	      performance of the conversion, however, it the colours will  not
	      look  correct,  unless  the  -d  flag  was also with blind-from-
	      video(1) and not colours have been modified between to the  pro-
	      cesses.

SEE ALSO
       blind(7), blind-from-video(1), blind-compress(1), ffmpeg(1), ffprobe(1)

AUTHORS
       Mattias AndrA(C)e <maandree@kth.se>

				   blind 1.1		     BLIND-TO-VIDEO(1)

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