[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH] Fix potential infinite discard loop.
Reimar.Doeffinger at gmx.de
Sat Feb 4 21:08:23 CET 2012
On Sat, Feb 04, 2012 at 02:58:34PM -0500, Don Moir wrote:
> >On Sat, Feb 04, 2012 at 02:27:32PM -0500, Don Moir wrote:
> >>2) make sure os->keyframe_seek is set back to 0 always and don't
> >>depend on any return value. Currently this only set back to 0
> >>only if the return value from
> >>ff_seek_frame_binary is < 0. This is not correct. This fixed all
> >>the remaining weirdness.
> >That is wrong, os->keyframe_seek must stay 1 when we want to seek to a
> >keyframe, otherwise the code that checks it in ogg_read_packet becomes
> >dead code.
> >I don't know 100% sure that that code in ogg_read_packet is necessary,
> >though I would suspect so when a non-keyframe and then a keyframe are
> >packed together into a single ogg packet.
> All I can tell you about that is if I don't reset os->keyframe back
> to 0, it breaks alot of files. I will see if I can come up with more
> on that. By setting it back to 0, all my ogg files work perfectly.
A sample would help, since I do believe the code has to be as it is now,
though there might be a bug somewhere else.
> >>3) call ogg_reset after the seek - this is not perfect and there
> >>is something more with this but without this - the first packet
> >>read will contain stale information as mentioned above. You will
> >>still get AV_NOPTS_VALUE on the first read which is not right
> >>either. I think calling ogg_reset and setting the lastpts and
> >>lastdts in the ogg_stream may do it.
> >ogg_read_timestamp calls ogg_reset, thus this _should_ not be necessary.
> ogg_read_timestamp will never be reached if there are sufficient
> index_entries. These are built on the fly during normal packet
> reading and so if read_timestamp is not reached then ogg_reset will
> not be called.
Yes, I realized that shortly after and have sent a patch.
I had missed that the demuxer has GENERIC_INDEX set.
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