[mythtv] RE: New version of windows filters (was:
MythwebandWindows Media Player over Samba)
torbjorn.jansson at mbox200.swipnet.se
Wed May 19 07:57:36 EDT 2004
>>> However, the sound was slightly off and would become several
>>> seconds delayed after seeking. I use a PVR-250 to record,
>>> then transcode to MPEG-4, and I had not edited the recording.
>>> I watched an MPEG-2 recording that hadn't finished transcoding
>>> and the sound was in sync both before and after seeking, however
>>> the player did crash on me a couple of times when seeking.
>>> Any idea why one computer would get the writeblock error and not
>>> the other? Is the audio snyc issue a known problem with transcoded
>> The file you had a/v sync problems was a mpeg4/rtjpeg (nupplevideo
>> type)file right?
> Yes, it was mpeg4 nuv transcoded from mpeg2 in mythtv, no cuts.
The a/v sync appeard only after you did a seek right? And if you played it
normaly without seeking it stayed in sync?
The reason I as is that it coud have happened in two different parts of the
During playback there is code that checks that the timestamps doesn't make
big jumps, if it does it makes some adjustments.
The other one is when doing seeks, it adjusts timestamps so they begin at
zero after a seek, problem is that it's done independently on video and
I'll do some testing.
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