[FFmpeg-devel] H263 encode with rtp_payload_size=1300: observe packets of size 10KBytes
Fri Sep 21 00:59:18 CEST 2007
On Thu, Sep 20, 2007 at 03:35:45PM -0400, Mojtaba Hosseini wrote:
> I'm using ffmpeg (svn version 10255) library to encode MPEG4 and H263 in my program.
> I'm setting the codec context rtp_payload_size=1300 Bytes and this works beautifully
> with MPEG4 (That is, the callback function is called with 'packets' of size very close
> to 1300 Bytes. I have not confirmed the existence of resync markers but the stream does
> decode properly on the decode side).
> When encoding H263 however, the rtp callback is called with packets of size much larger
> than 1300Bytes (for example, 10KBytes). Is this to be expected? Or is this a bug in h263
> Any help is appreciated (even if it is simply: "no. it should work the same as mpeg4"
> so I can go and look at why it isn't so). Thanks
limitation of the h.263 standard, you cant do anything about it except using
a lower bitrate or resolution
or use h.263+
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