--- Comment #1 from Andy Furniss <adf.li...@gmail.com> ---
You need -profile:v 578.
x11grab on my old CPU at least is not the best way to go.
ffmpeg is slow doing the BGR0 -> nv12 conversion, and by default it will be 601
rather than 709.
There are ways around that, and to be a bit faster with some convoluted
I don't know what versions of everything you need, but you can "now" get the
GPU to do the conversion and zero copy input, which is way faster and does BGR0
-> rec 709 CSC.
The downside is you need to be root or suid the ffmpeg binary.
1920x1080 is also slightly problematic but using mp4 or mkv will hide it (I
guess depending on player). mkv seems to be broken with current ffmpeg git,
bah. The issue being that eg. .ts would be seen as 1088 rather than 1080.
To get GPU accel using the newer/faster way would be something like -
ffmpeg -framerate 60 -device /dev/dri/card0 -f kmsgrab -i - -vsync 0
-init_hw_device vaapi=v:/dev/dri/renderD128 -filter_hw_device v -vf
'hwmap,scale_vaapi=format=nv12' -c:v h264_vaapi -profile:v 578 -bf 0 out.mp4
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