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JPEG Encoding of Interlaced color data

Question asked by Laz on Apr 23, 2010
Latest reply on Jun 7, 2010 by Laz

According to the Developer's Guide, the JPEG encouder library requires non-interlaced data, while the cameras I've examined all provide interlaced YUV or RGB.  In addition, the VDSP Image Viewer interprets interlaced YUV (and not JPEG?).  Last, I don't see any reference in the JPEG spec as to how the separate encoding sections are marked, or is it assumed based on the image dimensions?


Is there a library function to de-interlace the YUV into separate Y, Cr, and Cb sections?


To be clear, this is not refering to interlaced odd/even video images.