CVS Commit: vlc
saman at natlab.research.philips.com
Thu May 2 11:08:51 CEST 2002
Laurent Aimar wrote:
> On Wed, May 01, 2002, Laurent Aimar wrote:
>>>if (p_mad_adec->p_aout_fifo->i_rate != p_libmad_pcm->samplerate)
>>> intf_ErrMsg( "mad_adec: libmad_output samplerate is changing from [%d] Hz
>>>to [%d] Hz, sample size [%d], error_code [%0x]",
>>>p_mad_adec->p_aout_fifo->i_rate = p_libmad_pcm->samplerate;
> I'v want to add that if i set ADEC_FRAME_SIZE to half is value in
> mad_adec.h for this file the sound become good.
It does not solve the problem. I noticed the audio to be faster then it
should be (at least twice) when running with avi plugin. Which gives a
nice effect, Jean-Claude sounded just like Donald Duck :-).
One of my own MPEG2 files sounds terrible with current CVS version.
While in vlc-0.3.1 stable versions it is OK. So my guess is that it is
not simple related to mad or avi plugin, there is more to it.
Because audio with avi plugin plays to fast and that there is dts and
pts handling in avi plugin. It is worth to look at that code again. Some
where in this discussion you said that the file is MPEG1 layer 3, but I
did not see a SelectES for MPEG1 layer3 only for MPEG2 layer 3. Is n't
that a bug?
I would say the audio (and probably video) dts and pts handling is broke
in current cvs.
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