[FFmpeg-user] FLV to MP4 conversion

Ben Halhead ben.halhead at quvex.com
Thu Mar 8 15:05:27 CET 2012


Sorry to try and get this back on track but the post was originally 
about converting flv to mp4! We were indeed originally using 0.5.2 but I 
have now installed the latest version from git and still have issues, 
albeit different issues than those experienced with 0.5.2. The issue now 
is that video and audio are terribly out of sync and any help in getting 
them back in sync is greatly appreciated.

Many thanks
Ben Halhead

On 08/03/2012 13:49, Reindl Harald wrote:
> Am 08.03.2012 14:28, schrieb Maurice Randall:
>> On 2012-03-08 05:30, Reindl Harald wrote:
>>> if you are using really 0.5.2 dianostic has no value because this
>>> version is outdated for many years now, there where thousands
>>> of bugfixes and imporvements from 0.5 to currently supported
>>> 0.7-0.10
>> This is on the ffmpeg.org site:
>> "May 25, 2010 We have just pushed out another point release from our 0.5 release branch: FFmpeg 0.5.2."
> i know that
>> Many years is less than 2 years?
> if you look how fast ffmpeg is developed yes
>> If it is so outdated, why is it still being worked  on? It appears that it is
>> still supported and is at 0.5.8 now, which was updated January 12, 2012.
> it is not really worked on this
> security bugs are fixed - that was it
>> Not to worry, though. I agree that it is outdated.
>> But apparently there are many people out there still using it,
>> so it must have some value
> to support people which will not update or using things
> like debian with security updates - if it works for you
> fine, you are secure and it does what you want
> if it does not work for you on a functional base you
> are strongly recommended to update because there are
> reasons making new releases, most of them are new
> features, changes in command-lines and any changes
> which would break BC for legacy releases
> this is common sense:
> if you are running any outdated software and it does not
> work the way you want use the current version because
> you will find much more support from other people because
> most of them are using recent versions
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