[FFmpeg-user] Burning timecode into mov file
bartomas at gmail.com
Fri Feb 3 20:02:02 CET 2012
Thanks for your reply and pointing this out. I see now.
I ran the command:
ffprobe -show_packets test.mov
and in the output of this command containing all the packets, there is only
a single packet of the timecode stream (all the rest are audio and video
packets). This is the packet of the timecode stream:
Is this normal, that there is only one packet in the timecode stream? I had
a total misconception concerning the timecode track. I thought that for each
video frame, the timecode stream has a frame storing a different timecode
value. But I suppose I was wrong: each video file has only one value in the
timecode track: the TAG:timecode=18:27:15:17 that you pointed out, which is
the start timecode, and that's it?
Many thanks again.
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