[Libav-user] Replacement for release_buffer

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Fri Mar 28 00:16:03 CET 2014

I have seen this update but it also still uses both a custom get_buffer (the tut was updated to use get_buffer2) and a custom release_buffer.

My custom get_buffer is called but the release_buffer is not. Thus, I'm allocating memory I can't free (or at least I wouldn't know where the best place would be).

Stephen Dranger wrote that there are certain circumstances where the pts is not correct and thus he introduced this get/release buffer workaround to always retrieve a correct pts.

Can anyone tell me if this is still required? I'd just like to be sure to always get the correct pts.


> On 28.03.2014, at 00:04, Lou <lou at lrcd.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 27 Mar 2014 22:37:35 +0100
> Info || Non-Lethal Applications <info at non-lethal-applications.com>
> wrote:
>> I’m fairly new to ffmpeg. Thus, I worked through the excellent tutorials of Stephen Dranger.
> An updated version of that tutorial is:
> https://github.com/chelyaev/ffmpeg-tutorial
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