[FFmpeg-user] Capturing from DVB-T card
m.rovis at inet.hr
Fri Nov 2 16:15:05 CET 2012
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On 02/11/12 14:29, Carl Eugen Hoyos wrote:
> Nicolas George <nicolas.george <at> normalesup.org> writes:
>> 1351821629.835768 looks like a wall-clock timestamp, this morning
>> at 2 o'clock UTC. There should be no need for options there.
> I thought it may be possible to force v4l2 to output the same
> (broken?) timestamps as pulse.
> Carl Eugen
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I would like to test, and if I get to understand your replies (which
may take me a little, intermediate user, no programmer here), I'll get
back to you and see how I could test.
Of all you wrote (three replies, two from Carl Eugen and one from
Nicolas George) I currently only understand my ffmpeg is a little old.
ffmpeg has served me well and a lot, and I'm proud of that great GNU
thing, and I will gladly do the testing if I figure out your meaning
and what I need to do.
Pls. give me a few hours, as I also have other things on my hand to
deal with in the current time.
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