[FFmpeg-user] Automatic encoding of .ts files gives an inexplicable delay after muxing
francois.visagie at gmail.com
Thu Oct 30 11:19:23 CET 2014
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> bounces at ffmpeg.org] On Behalf Of marsupilami
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> Subject: Re: [FFmpeg-user] Automatic encoding of .ts files gives an
> inexplicable delay after muxing
> Now I've had some time to test this issue more extensively and you're
> the header really is there. However after encoding I'm using mkvmerge to
> (split) the file so only the parts I want will be there in the final mkv.
> This all condenses down to one problem:
> mkvmerge (as well as ffmpeg) in cutting mode does not read all headers
> are included in the mkv file and includes them in the cut mkv file - so
> encoding settings header gets lost if I'm not cutting from the beginning
> the file but from somewhere in let's say the first quarter. It seems
> logical that the two tools don't do that, but it's very unfortunate for me
> I would like to preserve this header in the final mkv file that comes out
> I've read some man pages and tested extracting the tags of the uncut file
> (where the "encoding settings" header is still intact) with mkvextract,
> unfortunately it doesn't show it - neither does mkvinfo. Only mediainfo
> shows the "encoding settings" tag in the uncut file.
> Any ideas how I could extract this tag somehow from the uncut file and put
> back into the cut file (preferrably with ffmpeg)?
Unfortunately you don't include previous discussions, but have you tried
ffprobe for that purpose?
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