[vlc-devel] Re: main warning: trying to send non-dated packet to stream output!
mfmbusiness at earthlink.net
Tue Oct 26 01:28:58 CEST 2004
Oops, sorry about that :)
Work machine: 3 GHz P4, 1 GB RAM, Win2K SP4 + latest updates
VLC 0.8Test2 +, built 10/25/04 (the morning compile I do before going to
work). It's got revisions up through Gibalou's http adjustment today for
The VLC that did write to file, though it didn't handle transcoding video
bitrate definition was a morning compile around 18 October, latest SVN as of
that time. I could be off by a day or two on that one. Gibalou did a
correction immediately after I reported it, that it wasn't handling bitrate
properly. I'm pretty sure I checked his correction, that it did work, so
the loss-of-streaming-to-file-when-the-source-is-a-stream has occurred in
only the last 4 or 5 days of changes.
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On Behalf Of Benjamin PRACHT
Sent: Monday, October 25, 2004 6:09 PM
To: vlc-devel at videolan.org
Subject: [vlc-devel] Re: main warning: trying to send non-dated packet to
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
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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