[FFmpeg-devel] [CALL] please have a look at roundup and fix issues

Baptiste Coudurier baptiste.coudurier
Thu Jan 13 20:22:02 CET 2011

Hi Carl Eugen,

On 01/13/2011 07:01 AM, Carl Eugen Hoyos wrote:
> Baptiste Coudurier<baptiste.coudurier<at>  gmail.com>  writes:
>> As you may have noticed, we have crawling under bugs.
>> This is getting critical IMHO.
> Most of the new ones are DoS with intentionally crafted files.
> There are quite a few regressions though, they should really get more attention:
> MPEG-PS: Issues 1962, 2326, 2233, 2334, 2491 (some related to 1571)
> MPEG-TS: Issues 1871, 2071, 2312, 2316
> vorbis decoding (or ogg demuxing?): Issue 2428
> mp3 parser: Issue 1954
> And the h264-related ones (it is difficult to say if they are "missing timestamp
> extraction", but at least some worked perfectly in the past):
> Issues 2033 (not a regression), 2222, 2437, 2517

Thanks for the report.
There are also yadif issues that should be addressed. Michael ?

>> I'd like to ask the maintainers and everybody to have a look at roundup
>> and try to fix simple issues.
> I know you are fixing many bugs in your area, but please note that the most
> frequently reported problem is still open: issue 1086 (with many duplicates)
> although a patch/hack was posted that fixed all our samples (and one with a
> seemingly different problem).

No, this is just the "trash can" issue that you use like the non 
monotone timestamps issue. These issues are so bloated that I would just 
close them.

The patch only works for video and is huge for a hack.
I don't understand why people keep hacking stuff instead of doing it 

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