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The program h264fix is a command line version of h264info for Linux. It was created by blaz based on h264info version 25. The changes involved replacing the graphical interface with a command line interface. This program may be used to write PPS for every picture on output created by x264 to make the video stream compatible with Blu-ray and HD-DVD players and authoring programs. Do not use this program with AVCHD video created by a camcorder. The options are
Usage: h264fix [options] -i<inputfile> -o<outputfile>
    -f<rate>         frame rate 25, 29.97, 30, 50, 59.94, 60
    -a<aspect>       aspect ratio 16:9, 4:3 or 1:1
    -l<level>        encoding level 1-5.1
    -w<width>        resolution width
    -h<height>       resolution height
    -b<rate>         kbps bitrate
    -n<num>          number of reference frames
    -3               flag for 3:2 pulldown
    -r               flag to remove pulldown
    -2               flag for HD->BR Keep FPS
    -p               flag for add picture structure
    -e               flag to uncheck the write pps every picture
Note that options which take an argument should have no spaces between the option flag and the argument. This is different than the conventions used by getopt.
Last Updated: Sun Mar 27 22:23:20 PDT 2011