[FFmpeg-user] Understanding the behavior of "-ss/-t" option

Nicolas George george at nsup.org
Fri Sep 8 13:10:02 EEST 2017

Le duodi 22 fructidor, an CCXXV, Gyan a écrit :
> Except with seek_timestamp set to 1, the first packet you 'expect' to get
> is pts_time 60.

The purpose of my message was to EXPLAIN what happens, not to provide an
ad-hoc solution to the showcase.

> And it does work that way if copyts is *absent*.

No, it does not work that way without copyts: without copyts, the
timestamps always start at 0.


  Nicolas George
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