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

Baptiste Coudurier baptiste.coudurier
Fri Jan 14 20:37:50 CET 2011

On 01/14/2011 03:02 AM, Carl Eugen Hoyos wrote:
> Baptiste Coudurier<baptiste.coudurier<at>  gmail.com>  writes:
>>> 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.
> I believe all samples mentioned in issue 1086 show initial (and consistent) A/V
> desync with ffmpeg -i samples out.avi, so I don't understand why this should be
> closed (if one of the samples is fixed, I will happily "fix" the issue).

I don't think so, see my comment about negative_start_time.mov.
Besides if the problem is about edit list why isn't there edit list in 
the issue title ?
Yes, this is a "trash can" issue named "Heavy A/V sync problems"

>> 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
>> properly.
> I asked for an explanation on how this should be done "properly", but you did
> not react...

You don't follow the mailing list correctly then.
See the latest patch thread.

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