[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH] mov: fix decode of fragments that overlap in time
stebbins at jetheaddev.com
Tue Sep 26 00:12:26 EEST 2017
On 09/25/2017 01:12 PM, Carl Eugen Hoyos wrote:
> 2017-09-25 19:10 GMT+02:00 John Stebbins <jstebbins at jetheaddev.com>:
>> When keyframe intervals of dash segments are not perfectly aligned,
>> fragments in the stream can overlap in time. Append new "trun" index
>> entries to the end of the index instead of sorting by timestamp.
>> Sorting by timestamp causes packets to be read out of decode order and
>> results in decode errors.
>> libavformat/mov.c | 4 ++--
>> 1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
>> diff --git a/libavformat/mov.c b/libavformat/mov.c
>> index 2519707345..b2bc7c2c3d 100644
>> --- a/libavformat/mov.c
>> +++ b/libavformat/mov.c
>> @@ -4339,8 +4339,8 @@ static int mov_read_trun(MOVContext *c, AVIOContext *pb, MOVAtom atom)
>> if (keyframe)
>> distance = 0;
>> - ctts_index = av_add_index_entry(st, offset, dts, sample_size, distance,
>> - keyframe ? AVINDEX_KEYFRAME : 0);
>> + ctts_index = add_index_entry(st, offset, dts, sample_size, distance,
>> + keyframe ? AVINDEX_KEYFRAME : 0);
> I can confirm that this fixes playback with FFplay but it shows
> many warnings (Non-monotonous DTS) with ffmpeg: Is this
Fixing the non-monotonous DTS in ffmpeg would require more consideration. The overlapping frames need to be dropped
somewhere after they are decoded and before they are presented.
I've given this some thought, but other ideas are certainly welcome. The demuxer is probably the most appropriate place
for marking the frames as needing to be dropped since it has the "knowledge" about why there are overlapping
timestamps. I.e. you only want to drop frames in this particular scenario and not generally when timestamps go
backwards. I don't think there is currently any facility for marking frames to be dropped after decoding, but it seems
like AVPacketSideData would be the appropriate mechanism for such marking. FYI, such a facility for marking frames to
drop would also be useful for frame accurate playback of MP4 edit lists.
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