[FFmpeg-user] MPEG-PS

andrei ka andrei.k.gml at gmail.com
Sun Sep 27 04:07:45 EEST 2020

what is "absolute timestamp", a security cam's time timecode burned into
video ? pts ?
i'd keep guessing, " Play the files on web using Nginx and Video.js" means
you want to encode to hls, hand it to nginx for streaming and play that
m3u8 url with ffmpeg giving "-ss hh:mm.ss..."  parameter ?

On Sat, Sep 26, 2020 at 3:37 PM Peter <peter at aboutsupport.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I have a file MPEG-PS, AVC264 with audio code G711u.
> It does contain absolute timestamp in each frame i.e I can say when
> exactly each second of this video was shot.
> I want to do the following:
> 1. Extract absolute timestamps from the video
> 2. Convert the file to MP4 h264 with some more web friendlier audio
> codec i.e aac.
> 3. Play the files on web using Nginx and Video.js and be able to search
> by absolute timestamp.
> I am aware that most likely I will need to store absolute timestamp in
> separate files as I cannot put them in mp4.
> Any help/feedback is welcome :-)
> Thanks,
> Peter
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