[Ffmpeg-devel] Hmmm interesting...

Måns Rullgård mru
Fri Mar 24 21:50:57 CET 2006

Erik Slagter <erik at slagter.name> writes:

> With x264/ffmpeg/mplayer from today (and at least from last week) I have
> an interesting phenomenon, but I am not sure which one is guilty ;-)


> The issue: in mplayer this shows a very light picture, like the
> brightness on a CRT has been turned up all the way. Seeking is
> troublesome, although the brightness disappears after some seeking,
> even at the beginning.
> But: ffplay and vlc play the stream more or less ok, although both choke
> when seeking in the stream.
> I remuxed the stream using gpac and the problem remains!
> Looks to me like a bad interaction between either aac and mp4, or h264
> and mp4? As both have had some changes lately I am not sure where to
> search. I don't remember having had this phenomenon two weeks ago, so it
> looks like a regression.
> Input and output streams can be found here: http://erik.slagter.name/pub
> - in.vob source, 86 Mb, only start is relevant
> - out.mp4 result, 15 secs, 2 Mb

I can't see any problems with ffplay or tcvp (using lavf demuxer), not
even with seeking.  The only problem I noticed was someone singing in
Dutch.  I didn't know that was possible ;-)

Have you tried -demuxer 35 or whatever the trick is to make mplayer
use lavf?

M?ns Rullg?rd
mru at inprovide.com

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