[FFmpeg-user] Bad keyframes when encoding to the ogg container format
Carl Eugen Hoyos
cehoyos at ag.or.at
Sat Feb 11 12:37:41 CET 2012
Robert McIntyre <rlm <at> mit.edu> writes:
> This is my first post, sorry if this does not belong here.
This is definitely the right place
> Whenever I encode anything to an ogg container, running "ffmpeg -i
> <file>" on the file which is produced informs
> me "[ogg @ 0x2351de0] Broken file, keyframes not correctly marked."
> Seeking in the file is partially broken.
Could you elaborate?
A (ogg) sample that allows to reproduce this problem would
be very welcome.
> Am I doing something wrong? The ancient ffmpeg I was using produced
> files that do not cause my current ffmpeg to tell me anything is wrong
> with the keyframes, and it produced them with the same command from
Can you confirm that the file encoded with the older FFmpeg
does not show the warning message when decoded with current FFmpeg?
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