[vlc-devel] Re: TS mux generates stream which doesn't play smoothly on Amino 103 STBs
hartman at videolan.org
Sun May 28 17:49:29 CEST 2006
FixPES is only done in case of an mpga audio track. After discussing
it with Meeuh.
17:41 < Meuuh> means the aminet is disturbed by the audio
17:41 < Meuuh> probably locks its clock on the audio
Meeuh also says he is reasonably sure the FixPES function is correct,
so that the mpga PES decoder in the amino's is probably broken.
if you use --sout-ts-alignment it might work i guess.
On 28-mei-2006, at 17:25, Gregor Fuis wrote:
> No, I did that about six months ago, i think that PES alignment
> wasn't in vlc that time.
> I was also asking a lot in the list and found out that difference
> between 0.8.1 ( working with amino ) and 0.8.2 was FixPES stuff. So
> i just removed FixPES!
> Best Regards
> Derk-Jan Hartman wrote:
>> On 28-mei-2006, at 12:10, Gregor Fuis wrote:
>>> Ticket #669
>>> I overcome d that, with deleting FixPES function in ts.c file.
>>> So the problem is in this function!
>>> I am watching stream from DVB card on aminet 103 and 110 and
>>> video is smooth!
>> Did you have the PES "alignment" setting of the TS muxer enabled ?
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