Sherlock, John J.R.Sherlock
Tue Oct 31 01:48:07 CET 2006


From: ffmpeg-devel-bounces at mplayerhq.hu on behalf of Michael Niedermayer
Sent: Mon 10/30/2006 4:47 PM
To: FFmpeg development discussions and patches
Subject: Re: [Ffmpeg-devel] FFMPEG BUFFERING


dont top post

On Mon, Oct 30, 2006 at 04:10:09PM -0000, Sherlock, John wrote:
> >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.
As I mentioned the player using ffmpeg for media streaming support, attempts three times to downsize the size of the stream being sent in order to except and begin playback, no other text other than that before the medium players closes the stream and closes back to a prompt. I never mentioned that ffmpeg crashed. I can't make the player, give error messages it doesn't have. 

and the error messages are what? am i supposed to guess? futhermore
i say it again  READ AND FOLLOW docs/bugreports.html or do NOT post any
further messages here, we cannot help you as long as you refuse to provide
ALL details and bugreports.html also clearly says that gdb output is needed
if there is a crash

I don't really care for conforming to how somebody says I should post requests for information, if it doesn't meet your standards why bother replying unless you've got nothing better to do. Likewise other people don't have the time to waste reading some pointless report. 

> >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.

now i know as much as before ...
Simply, if you aware of whether it possible to pre-set the size of the buffers being created for playback using the FFMPEG codec without the platform taking control over the size of buffers then please answer yes or no, with some explanition if your capable. Or are you just wasting my time??

> >I'm attempting to decode and playback live media of a frame rate of at least 400kbps.

kbps means kilo bits per second and thats a bitrate not a framerate
Yes very good, let see if you make some little mistake after writing a 40,000 word report on the basis of your research & development for 6months just to keep some exec's happy. 

> >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.


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