[Ffmpeg-devel] mpeg transport streams

Måns Rullgård mru
Mon Jun 13 10:27:33 CEST 2005

"Marcus Hunger" <marcus.hunger at mugler.de> writes:

> Am 3 Jun 2005 um 14:59 hat M?ns Rullg?rd geschrieben:
>> I'm sure of the exact mechanics of it, but I've seen things break
>> without proper interleaving.  No real decoder is anything remotely
>> resembling the STD.
> Do you have a definition of 'proper interleaving'?

Not really.  Intuitively, it should be rather obvious.  Consider the
usual case of a high bitrate video stream, and a low bitrate audio
stream.  I'd say proper interleaving is when the audio TS packets are
equally spaced, rather than coming in bursts, as would be the case if
interleaving only on the PES level.  Restricting the PES size to
something fairly small, such as 2kB on DVD, is probably good enough,

M?ns Rullg?rd
mru at inprovide.com

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