[FFmpeg-devel] Longevity Test Report
Sun Feb 8 13:12:05 CET 2009
Mike Melanson wrote:
> Baptiste Coudurier wrote:
>> Hi Mike,
>> Mike Melanson wrote:
>>> Benjamin Larsson wrote:
>>>> Hi, can you try running the file with this patch. Use ffmpeg ... >log.txt
>>> Unfortunately, I can't use my original command with the patch because my
>>> original command (file with H.264/AAC):
>>> ffmpeg -i file.mp4 -f framecrc - > /dev/null
>>> competes with your command for the stdout (at the very least they step
>>> on each other). So I went with this solution instead:
>> Can you change stdout to stderr in the patch ?
> Probably. But I went and used it as is and just picked the data out of
> the framecrc data. It didn't tell me anything useful since there was so
> much information. I would have to process through some other tools to
> get anything out of it.
Strip the header and trailer lines and then import it into a spread
sheet. Then sort it. Then it should be possible to locate the allocation
that has the most entries. I could code up some functions that creates
toplist of all allocations also.
>> Interesting does it leak with -vcodec copy ? or -acodec copy ?
> These leak, though the leak is barely noticeable since they finish so
> ffmpeg -i file.mp4 -vcodec copy -acodec copy out.mp4
> ffmpeg -i file.mp4 -vcodec copy -an out.mp4
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