[FFmpeg-user] Audio duration difference
james.darnley at gmail.com
Sun Oct 6 13:54:44 EEST 2019
On 2019-10-06 12:38, Felix Muster via ffmpeg-user wrote:
> Can you please explain me this difference:
> I have an audio-stream from a blu-ray (23.976 fps).
> When I calculate the duration it should be: 133799/(24000/1001) =
> 5580.533292 seconds.
> à 01:33:00.70 = 5580.7 seconds
> Why is there a difference of 0.166708 seconds?
Where did you get the original length from? Is "133799" the number of
video frames in the file? Does the audio track start at the same time
as the video track? Is it the same length as the video track? At least
on a DVD the asnwer to the the last 2 question is not guaranteed to be
Are you claiming you have corrected for both of those by trimming
samples off in some program?
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