[vlc-devel] Re: main warning: trying to send non-dated packet to stream output!

Benjamin PRACHT bigben+spam at videolan.org
Tue Oct 26 00:08:48 CEST 2004

On Mon, Oct 25, 2004, Mark Moriarty wrote :
> I get the above whenever I try to stream an incoming stream to file. (use a
> client to store the data to a file)
> The data source is an incoming UDP mp4v 768K stream.  It displays fine at
> the client, very few packet losses or other issues.
> I've tried to stream to file as DIV3/ASF, mp4v/MPEG TS, mp4v/MPEG PS,
> multiple other combos.  They all generate a continuous stream of the above
> message, nothing in the file.  I've tried a variety of transcode bitrates,
> and transcode fps values.  I've also tried a straight save -- no
> transcoding, just try to store the incoming file as a .mpg  (no I haven't
> done a file dump approach).
> (I don't do local display when I'm having the client stream to file -- I
> know that has had trouble at various points)
> I know this was "kind of" working about a week ago -- it was saving as an
> 800 kbps, no matter what bitrate I set, but it was able to do the
> stream-to-file.

I think you forgot to tell which version of VLC you were using. If it's
not already the case, can you try the 0.8.0-test2 test release ?



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