[Ffmpeg-devel] ffplay plays video and audio much to fast
Thu Sep 14 14:25:12 CEST 2006
Le 14 sept. 06 ? 13:41, Gunnar von Boehn a ?crit :
> Hi Herv?,
> herve.flores wrote:
> > no pb with current svn ffplay and an avi from this link (I'm on
> MacOS PPC)
> To avoid confusion it might be better to use just one video file
> for testing.
> Can you please verify this one video file:
> The stats of the video file are size 3.6 MB
> Duration: 00:01:02.9, start: 0.000000, bitrate: 475 kb/s
> Stream #0.0: Video: h264, yuv420p, 352x224, 25.00 fps(r)
> Stream #0.1: Audio: mp3, 24000 Hz, mono, 32 kb/s
> FFplay plays this file much faster then it should be.
> Here I use svn ffplay from last week Linux,
> the video is played in 49 seconds instead of 62 seconds.
> The video is played back with about 30 FPS instead 25 FPS.
> The sound runs to fast as well, and has some disortions in it.
> Can you verify this on MAC OS?
ffplay version SVN-r6243
command line and verbose:
invalid new backstep 83
overread, skip -7 enddists: -6 -6
overread, skip -5 enddists: -4 -4"
no pb with duration or speed
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>> Le 13 sept. 06 ? 17:40, Gunnar von Boehn a ?crit :
>>> Hi everybody,
>>> I'm just compiled ffmpeg for the first time myself (Linux x86). :-)
>>> I want to use ffplay as bases for a very simple video player.
>>> I write you because, I noticed a strange bug in ffplay.
>>> FFplay plays certain videos much to fast.
>>> The videos play in the right speed using other video players like
>>> or Windows Media Player, and Real Media Player with ffdshow plugin.
>>> I tried the settings of "sync audio", "sync video", and "sync ext"
>>> but always the movie were played much to fast.
>>> To reproduce the problem you can download videos from here.
>>> The web page contains 13000 free h264 videos, all short only
>>> 2-4MB each. Press "right mouse save on the video icon"
>>> I hope that this report is helpful for you
>>> and that you can fix this issue soon.
>> no pb with current svn ffplay and an avi from this link (I'm on
>> MacOS PPC)
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