[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH] movtextdec: MPEG4 Part 17 Timed Text Decoder.
ubitux at gmail.com
Thu Jul 5 21:37:18 CEST 2012
On Thu, Jul 05, 2012 at 09:27:53PM +0200, Nicolas George wrote:
> L'octidi 18 messidor, an CCXX, Philip Langdale a écrit :
> > Well, there are definitely samples with \n or \r\n in the middle of a
> > line. In practice, I could just drop the \r and not reset line_start,
> > but semantically, that's what a \r is so I put it in.
> The semantic of \r is unclear at best, thanks to some people unable to see
> the difference between a text file and control codes for a line printer.
> > I implemented this behaviour based on what the other decoders in ffmpeg
> > do (srt, realtext, etc). This is not per the subtitle format, but seems
> > to be what we expect a decoder to do. If not desired, I have no problem
> > taking it out.
> > Again, I'm just following the pattern. ASS represents line-endings
> > within
> > the subtitles with "\N" as above, but all our other decoders
> > terminate the
> > sample going to ASS with \r\n.
You need that for a valid end of line in ASS IIRC. Maybe it could be
simply added to ff_ass_add_rect().
> Well, there certainly is need for cleanup here, it looks like a lot of
> duplicated code. But I will not take it as a reason to block your patch. But
> I would also say it is ok to just drop it and put the text as is without any
> > 2048 is the recommended maximum line length in the spec, and is
> > consistent with
> > the arbitrary limits enforced in the other decoders.
> IMHO, a decoder should not enforce a recommended arbitrary limit, especially
> when there is a structural limit not so much bigger (and bprint will handle
> it efficiently): people can encounter files that overflow the limit, it
> would be nice if they can decode them.
> It would be different for an encoder of course; it would probably depend on
> the value of AVCodecContext.strict_std_compliance.
> Therefore, I suggest you replace 2048 by -1 (it means virtually unlimited
> for bprint).
I also added an arbitrary limit in other subtitles decoders, just to
prevent insane long lines (with in mind that something is certainly wrong
if you want to display a 400 pages book in your subtitles). I don't mind
changing to the unlimited value though.
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