I run sample_encode on windows. I set the command arguments as follows:
h265 -i D:\yuv\rpd_720p_slow.yuv -o output.h265 -w 1280 -h 720 -b 10000 -nobref -x 1 -u speed -p e5400a06c74d41f5b12d430bbaa23d0b
I expect hevc encoder output I P P P P P P...., but it's output is I BBBBBB. I set GopRefDist = 1
Dmitry E. (Intel) wrote:
HEVCe on Windows doesn't support P frames so low delay B frames (without L1 references) are used instead.
I saw one of your colleagues said that you don't support the P frame, but there is a workaround method. Can you provide it? I really need it.