I'm getting an unaligned crop error when my script is finished. So far the only thing I have found that stop it is, either moving all filters before cropping, or adding align=true to the crop in the script. I usually do not get this error.
What exactly does adding align=true into crop, change in my outputted video results? I have never used it before and have only just now heard of it or tried to use it.
I read what little information there is on it in the documentation, but I am not fully understanding it.
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Last edited by killerteengohan; 19th Aug 2020 at 04:37.
It aligns the data in memory so it filters faster (though it will use a little more memory).
So it changes absolutely nothing, and the output will be the same exact thing regardless? It just causes more memory use to align data?