|| Video || Audio || RGB || YUV || YUV422 || multiple instances || processing type |||
|| yes || no || yes || yes || no || yes || POST ||
|| Video || Audio || RGB || YUV || YUV422 || multiple instances || processing type || frames needed |||
|| yes || no || yes || yes || no || yes || POST || 1 ||
|Video||Audio||RGB||YUV||YUV422||multiple instances||processing type||frames needed|
Unkike current 'aalib' output drivers (that you will find in most players), the output of this filter is not display-dependent. This means that your ascii-art rendered video will be playable with any other player !
This filter is a video, post-process only filter. You can use it in both mono or multi-threaded mode. Please notice it supports RGB and YUV color spaces.
'aart' comes with a few data stuff. In particular, you will be provided a color pallete (colors.pal). This file is a matching index between your input video colors and your output ascii-art video colors. Please notice that you can define your own color pallete, but this is not a trivial task. In most of cases, the provided pallete will work properly.
'aart' also comes with some default fonts but you are free to use your own ones (ie installed on your system).
$ transcode ... -J ascii=font:~/default8x9.psf:pallete:~/colors.pal
Original cartoon Ascii-art cartoon