[FFmpeg-user] Drawtext filter with date overlay is not working in git-N-29946-g27614b1
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Mon May 16 13:32:16 CEST 2011
I've just noticed that ffmpeg is using 98%-100% of one of the processor
cores. It used to take about 28%-38% on the same machine doing the same
work using an ffmpeg build from 8th March 2011.
On 05/15/2011 11:11 PM, Sebastian Arcus wrote:
> Just downloaded latest ffmpeg from git and tried the drawtext filter
> with date overlay. No errors on the command line, but the date on the
> video is completely static - it picks up the date the moment ffmpeg is
> started, and it doesn't change any more. The command I use is:
> ffmpeg -fflags +genpts -t 600 -f mjpeg -r 8 -s 640x480 \
> -i http://localhost:8080/?action=stream -vcodec mpeg4 \
> -vf drawtext="fontfile=/usr/share/fonts/TTF/mitra.ttf:x=70:y=455: \
> text='\%H\:\%M\:\%S | \%a \%d/\%b/\%Y | S500ATV | camera 0': \
> fontcolor=0xFFFFFFFF:fontsize=18: \
> shadowcolor=0x000000EE:shadowx=1:shadowy=1" \
> -b 1500000 -r 8 video_file.avi
> This used to work just fine only few weeks ago.
> The input stream comes from mjpg-streamer, which generates it from a usb
> webcam - but I don't think that makes any difference.
> Anybody any suggestions? Any recent changes that broke the drawtext filter?
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