[Libav-user] AAC with FLV

Paul B Mahol onemda at gmail.com
Wed Apr 24 20:13:31 CEST 2013

On 4/24/13, Brad O'Hearne <brado at bighillsoftware.com> wrote:
> On Apr 24, 2013, at 10:38 AM, Paul B Mahol <onemda at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Stop this nonsense trollfest. There is no bug in ffmpeg.
> This is simple problem solving, no trolling. As another poster advised,
> rechecking assumptions. All along I have treated FFmpeg as a black-box, and
> my assumption all along has been that there were no bugs anywhere but in my
> code. I've done what I can to this point -- even posted a fully working app
> with source code up to Github for help. So please don't take offense at the
> logical process of deduction. And given that there's now another thread with
> others reporting the same problem, I don't think it is either out of line or
> an infringement on anyone's turf to simply raise the question of whether it
> is possible or not.
>> Planare sample format store each channel samples in separate buffer.
>> You can not access them with single pointer.
> Well....I get what you are saying, but you might not be understanding what
> those not in the know may be asking -- frame filling and by extension the
> encoder *does* access these via a single pointer.
> avcodec_fill_audio_frame(_streamAudioFrame,
> _streamAudioFrame->channels,
> _streamAudioFrame->format,
>                                                     (const uint8_t
> *)destinationData[0],
>                                                     bufferSize,
>                                                     0);
> ...i.e. the fourth parameter, the data parameter. We may just be somewhat
> parsing semantics, so we may actually be saying the same thing. But if not,
> that's the difference in things working / not. And again, you've now got
> others in another thread reporting similar problems, one abandoning the AAC
> encoder entirely.

That have nothing relevant to "issue" you are reporting.

> Keep in mind, this entire inquiry derives from a desire to use FFmpeg...even
> posting code to help others use it. So please don't take honest questions as
> an issue of turf. They are no more personal as are nuts and bolts...it's all
> just machinery.

You are still trolling.

I lost 16 minutes reading you too long spam.

> Thanks,
> Brad
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