[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH] AVCHD/H.264 parser: determination of frame type, question about timestamps
Fri Jan 23 14:18:46 CET 2009
Ivan Schreter wrote:
> Unfortunately, H.264 spec which I found in internet doesn't mention much
> detail about how interlaced frames are to be timed.
For the record, "Currently the general public can take advantage of
unlimited free PDF downloads of most "in-force" ITU-T Recommendations."
Advanced video coding for generic audiovisual services
Conformance specification for H.264 advanced video coding
Reference software for H.264 advanced video coding
Implementors Guide for the H.264 Sub-series of Recommendations
> H.222 is supposedly superseded with H.221, but again, no information
> about interlacing there.
You want H.222.0 (not H.222)
H.222.0 = ISO/IEC standard 13818-1
Frame structure for a 64 to 1920 kbit/s channel in audiovisual teleservices
[Withdrawn] Frame structure for 384-1920 kbit/s channels in audiovisual
teleservices (Merged with ITU-T H.221 in 1990)
Information technology - Generic coding of moving pictures and
associated audio information: Systems
Multimedia multiplex and synchronization for audiovisual communication
in ATM environments
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