[FFmpeg-devel] AC3 Format Detection unreliable.
Sun Aug 5 04:22:19 CEST 2007
Michael Niedermayer wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 04, 2007 at 08:33:03PM -0400, Justin Ruggles wrote:
>> Justin Ruggles wrote:
>>> Dan Sully wrote:
>>>> * Dan Sully shaped the electrons to say...
>>>>>> Yes, please make the stream(s) available.
>>>> Also, I am on an amd64 system.
>>> Doesn't look like that's an issue. I'm getting the same thing on my
>>> system. The file is valid. The issue seems to be the frame size.
>>> 640kbps 48kHz is the largest AC3 frame size, and I think it's not
>>> fitting enough frames into the probe buffer to give a positive
>>> detection. I'll look into it.
>> The problem with this sample is two-fold. The first issue is that the
>> probe buffer in this case is only 2048 bytes. The frame size for this
>> sample (and any others which are 640kbps & 48kHz) is 2560. Therefore,
>> only 1 frame is detected. I changed the threshold for a score of 50
>> down to 2 frames, but this doesn't help here. After I changed to 1
>> frame (at the start of the stream) it now gets a score of 50, but then a
>> 2nd issue occurs.
> so you havent fixed the issue but you sucessfully broke the whole probe
> system in lavf, great
> the ff_ac3_parse_header function checks only something like 18bits
> a single match at the start IS NOT enough for a score of 50%
> mpeg-ps checks for somthing like 60bits and does misdetect it so
> how many misdetections do you think you added by decreasing the
> bits for ac3 to 18 at the start or 36 at a random pos?
Indeed half of my pdf's are now detected as ac3, nonetheless if it's not
ac3, it is mp3. Mp3 would need more accurate detection also ;)
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