Sherlock, John J.R.Sherlock
Mon Oct 30 17:10:09 CET 2006

>The Issues, are when attempting playback of live video/audio media greater than 8mb in size of Live, ffmpeg posts errors in player regarding the file size of the buffer being unable to handle the media file and attempts three times to restructure the stream before crashing. 
>The buffers relate to the buffers ffmpeg is supposedly creating and failing to restructure within the PS2, which according to several VLC developers is the codec within the source designated to control media streaming. 
>I'm attempting to decode and playback live media of a frame rate of at least 400kbps. 
>Plus I was wondering what's is your problem with people who are only trying to seek information and help, from sources recommended to them.


From: ffmpeg-devel-bounces at mplayerhq.hu on behalf of Michael Niedermayer
Sent: Mon 30/10/2006 15:49
To: FFmpeg development discussions and patches
Subject: Re: [Ffmpeg-devel] FFMPEG BUFFERING


On Mon, Oct 30, 2006 at 02:21:16PM -0000, Sherlock, John wrote:
> I'm currently developing a media player, for use with the PS2 Standalone using the PS2 Linux and I'm currently experiencing issues

what issues?

>regarding the size of the buffers FFMpeg is creating within the PS2 Linux architecture when attempting to stream larger files than 8mb.

what buffers?

what are you doing with what, are you decoding? encoding? muxing? demuxing?
using ffmpeg? using libav*?

> I was wondering if it was possible to alter or reset the size of the buffers created via FFMpeg to a larger or unlimited size in order to allow for larger file playback.

iam wondering why you post and repost this incomplete trash to a developing
mailinglist, nothing in it looks related to ffmpeg development
also its not following DOCS/bugreports.html in case its supposed to be
a bugreport (hell not even that is obvious ...)


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