[Libav-user] How to calculate pts/dts ???
Paul B Mahol
onemda at gmail.com
Mon Jan 2 18:17:17 EET 2023
On Mon, Jan 2, 2023 at 4:51 PM wolverin via Libav-user <
libav-user at ffmpeg.org> wrote:
> Did I understand you correctly that I need to multiply time_base and
> system time between adjacent frames and add the resulting time to the
> previous PTS?
> PTS is just timebase * seconds represented as int64 number
> There are no additions with next/prev pts values.
> Then pts is the time of one frame?
Yes, when used with tied time_base AVRational.
> I used av_rescale_q to scale time_base from an incoming MJPEG stream to an
> outgoing H264 one, but for some reason timestamps pts/dts are meaningless
> in this case.
> Show your code.
> I have greatly simplified it to understand how I am trying to use avscale,
> as it is done in different threads using buffers to use other ARM cores.
> avcodec_send_packet(pCdcCtxInp, pPktInp);
> avcodec_receive_frame(pCdcCtxInp, pFrm);
> pFrm->pts = av_rescale_q(pPktInp->pts, pFmtCtxInp->streams->time_base,
> avcodec_send_frame(pCdcCtxOut, pFrm);
> avcodec_receive_packet(pCdcCtxOut, pPktOut);
> pPktOut->pts = av_rescale_q(pFrm->pts, pCdcCtxInp->time_base,
> pPktOut->dts = pPktOut->pts;
Inspect values of input/output pts and used timebases(with printfs or other
ways...) and you can figure it where PTS becomes nonsense.
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