[FFmpeg-devel] [Ffmpeg-devel] [PATCH] Support raw mpegts streams from dvr

Michael Niedermayer michaelni
Tue Jun 5 00:12:27 CEST 2007


On Mon, Jun 04, 2007 at 08:27:34PM -0000, Wolfram Gloger wrote:
> Hi,
> > i have plenty of such streams, they dont need it
> Ok I have checked all streams I have here with r9211 and can confirm
> that -- all streams are recognized correctly.  However without
> seeking, i.e. with "-ss 0 -acodec copy -vcodec copy -target dvd" I now
> _always_ get
> error, non monotone timestamps 297911 >= 9911

true, but old revissions fail the same way with -ss and stream copy

> > but the change is and was total nonsense, it enables raw ts output
> > that is DONT DEMUX TS but produce a single stream with the TS packets
> Yes, I noticed with r9211 I no longer get:
>   Stream #0.0[0x0]: Data: mpeg2ts, 4792 kb/s
> which is of course dispensible as info, but I suspect it breaks
> seeking.  Whenever I specify "-ss X" with X!=0.0 I now get either an
> infinite loop or something like
> DVBS-sample.ts: could not seek to position 42613.678
> and then empty output.  This used to work correctly before r9173.

seeking with mpeg ts doesnt work very well, it didnt in the past either
ive tried it with ffplay and ffmpeg and couldnt find any difference
between svn head and a few old binaries ive had laying around

unless the new version choose a different stream but that can hardly
be considered a bug, its just a 50:50 chance that it might work slightly
better (or worse) due to the stream selected

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