[FFmpeg-user] Concatenated H.264 or H.265 might not play correctly.drop=#

Carl Eugen Hoyos cehoyos at ag.or.at
Tue Jul 22 23:11:20 CEST 2014

Luke Davis <l1 <at> newanswertech.com> writes:

> >> 1.  What damage is actually happening to my outgoing
> >> stream here, and is this a problem that can eventually
> >> disrupt the stream?  I assume it is frames being
> >> dropped?
> >
> > Only you can answer this question.
> No, I can't, else I wouldn't have asked it.

What I meant is:
Only you can look at (analyze) the input stream 
and compare the frame count with the output file 
to see if frames are dropped.
The way I understand the warning (I did not check 
the actual commit) is that frames may be lost.


> > Please test current FFmpeg git head before reporting
> > issues here.
> > (This was fixed.)
> Is it sufficient to daily pull and recompile:
> http://ffmpeg.org/releases/ffmpeg-snapshot.tar.bz2

Yes, the snapshot is the same as "current git head".

Carl Eugen

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