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  1. ProRes 422HQ, 1080i 29.97 interlaced

    I'm not sure if the fact the ProRes file is interlaced, but I can't encode it to .264 (for Blu-ray) as I keep getting "Permission denied" as it starts the second pass. I'm not getting this error with any other files I have encoded.

    I'm on Mac OS Monterey, 12.4

    Code:
    /Users/username/ffmpeg -i /Users/username/sample-clip-short.mov -c:v h264 -preset veryslow -tune grain -b:v 30000k -maxrate 39000k -bufsize 30000k -sar 1:1 -level 4.1 -pix_fmt yuv420p -x264-params  bluray-compat=1:open-gop=1:slices=4:tff=1:keyint=30:colorprim=bt709:transfer=bt709:colormatrix=bt709:pass=1 -an -f null /dev/null && \
    /Users/username/sample-clip-short.mov -c:v h264 -preset veryslow -tune grain -b:v 30000k -maxrate 39000k -bufsize 30000k -sar 1:1 -level 4.1 -pix_fmt yuv420p -x264-params  bluray-compat=1:open-gop=1:slices=4:tff=1:keyint=30:colorprim=bt709:transfer=bt709:colormatrix=bt709:pass=2 /Users/username/sample-clip-short-30-39-x.264
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  2. Do you have write access to /users/username folder?
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  3. Silly me just figured it out. I had forgotten the path to ffmpeg on the second pass. Sometimes you stare for so long and miss the most obvious things!
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