[Ffmpeg-devel] [PATCH] fix for PSP encoding

The Wanderer inverseparadox
Tue Dec 6 18:38:16 CET 2005

Nick Stewart wrote:

>> Hi,
>> On 12/6/05, Nick Stewart <nick.stewart at cambridgeimaging.co.uk>
>> wrote:

>>> What's the current status of this patch? Was there something
>>> wrong with it that has stopped it being submitted to CVS?
>>> It appears to work well (tested on PSP 2.0, used mingw to
>>> compile) and without it users can't use CVS ffmpeg for PSP 2.0+
>>> encoding.
>> Well, the fact that output fps is set to "nan" doesn't seem like a
>> good thing. I guess it would be good to fix that problem before
>> considering this patch for inclusion.
> Well on my mingw build of ffmpeg no matter what 
> commandline/format/sourcefile I use to encode with the FPS reads
> "nan".
> So this patch isn't the cause of that for me. Is CVS ffmpeg "output
> fps" working fine for everyone else (even on mingw32)? And if so does
> this patch break it for "-f psp" files?

I haven't tested this patch, and I'm not necessarily in a position to
try to do so, but I was consistently getting 'nan' fps for the output in
my now-backburnered experiments with those MP4 files with misdetected
audio. There appears to be a problem somewhere in the current FFmpeg
code itself.

       The Wanderer

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