[FFmpeg-user] MPEG TS output - muxing queue - max_interleave_delta

Matej matej at tam.si
Wed Jul 23 00:31:50 CEST 2014

On Tue, Jul 22, 2014 at 5:02 PM, Carl Eugen Hoyos <cehoyos at ag.or.at> wrote:

> Matej <matej <at> tam.si> writes:
> > > Now please remux your transport stream with FFmpeg and
> > > test to confirm my suspicion that this is starttime-
> > > related.
> > Could you please tell which streams should I remux
> You tested your original problem (error messages when
> transcoding a transport stream with an external audio
> source) with two files iiuc: A local transport stream
> that you did not create with FFmpeg and a local audio
> file.
> I suspect (and wrote twice iirc) that the reason for
> the problem you see are the different starttimes for
> your two files: Audio file has starttime 0, ts file
> has a random starttime.
> To verify my theory, please remux (or transcode)
> your local ts file with FFmpeg to get a file with
> starttime 0 and test again with that (new) file
> and your audio file.
> Carl Eugen
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Thank you for clarification. I have tried both with newly created TS
(created from a non-ffmpeg) which has start-time 1.400000 and when muxing
it with the mp3 with start time 0.000000 it seems the error has
Does it seem that vsync option isn't being applied correctly? How can I
solve it with an input stream where the start time is increasing and want
to mux it with the mentioned mp3?


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