[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH 0/4] mux timecode tracks in mov
jeanfirst at gmail.com
Sun Aug 26 20:44:58 CEST 2012
Clément Bœsch wrote on 25/08/2012 17:21 :
> On Sat, Aug 25, 2012 at 11:44:10AM +0200, Jean First wrote:
>> this is another attempt to fix muxing of timecode tracks in mov files and fixes ticket #236.
>> for some time now the following command won't fail anymore with a floating point exception (file attached to ticket #236):
>> ffmpeg -i fcp_export8.mov -vcodec copy -acodec copy -dcodec copy fcp_export9.mov
>> but the timecode tracks won't get muxed. The muxing of timecode tracks can be achieved with the following command:
>> ffmpeg -i fcp_export8.mov -c copy -map 0 fcp_export9.mov
>> But before this patchset the timecode tracks were not usable.
>> Furthermore this patchset allows a track to have multiple reference tracks (tref).
>> This brakes fate atm.
> Thanks for working on this. Concerning FATE, check if after the changes
> common timecode usage still works:
> o -timecode option should create a correct timecode track,
> o one timecode track should be created in case of remuxing a file with a
> timecode; so no -c:d copy, but the timecode meta should be exported
> and then honored in the muxer.
I forgot to say that it is a WIP ... sorry. I'll consider all your
comments and chew a bit on the sample from ticket1576 before sanding
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