[FFmpeg-user] concatenating files in FFMPEG causing the wrong file length

andrei ka andrei.k.gml at gmail.com
Wed Oct 7 17:14:08 EEST 2020

personally I wouldn't bother with windoze recompiling on a modern machine
unless you're badly dependent windoze's gui etc.  installing ubuntu in vm
is a matter of 5-10 mins today
(or 2 mins on aws, aws's free tiny instances can do sooo much stuff)...
after your get linux you'd install docker in 3 commands and next, get
dockerfile file for building ffmpeg's docker
(i can actually give you docker file for building ffmpeg with this dts
correction patch, cuz that patch a vital for one playout system used
production (kind of diy vod to live system)).
dockerfile has all the commands sequence for building ffmpeg.. i'm useless
for helping with win/mac builds, the last time i recompiled ffmpeg was like
5 yrs ago and it was with cygwin/mingw gcc stuff :-P

On Wed, Oct 7, 2020 at 3:53 PM Philip Orrill <philip.orrill at outlook.com>

> Thanks for the fast reply.
> I am quite new to the FFMPEG source code world. I have version 4.2.3. I am
> on windows and used chocolatey to get a build initially. The command
> doesn't
> exist (which i'm not surprised about since you said it was a patch).
> I have visual studio and cloned the branch from git.
> How do I apply the patch?
> Do I need to get the code changes that you displayed from git. Copy them
> into the code and re-compile?
> How can I find the change-set on github? I can see the added and removed
> lines from what you provided.
> I feel like i'm more likely to make a mistake copying and pasting like that
> then taking the code from git.
> I want to make sure I am on the right page to test this fix:
> 1) Get source code.
> 2) Override existing code with the code provided in the patch.
> 3)Recompile ffmpeg
> 4) test
> Does that sound correct?
> Thanks again
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