[FFmpeg-user] Why the ffmpeg split the video have more than some timestamp use -t

Carl Eugen Hoyos cehoyos at ag.or.at
Tue Nov 27 09:41:35 CET 2012

Steven Liu <lingjiujianke <at> gmail.com> writes:

> And than i use ffmpeg to see the start time and the 
> duration time, the start time was error, 

Could you explain what is wrong about the start time?
I thought that transport streams are allowed to have 
arbitrary start times.

> and the duration is more than -t duration.

Am I correct that the duration problem is only reproducible 
with the initial seek?

> Is that a bug? or there have some other parameters?
> 1st,  The copyts is not work.

Iirc, copyts is not supposed to work with re-encoding.

Carl Eugen

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