[FFmpeg-devel] [FFmpeg-soc] GSoC 2008 qualification task TS Muxer
Wed Mar 19 14:26:23 CET 2008
On Wed, Mar 19, 2008 at 12:57:34PM +0100, Thorsten Jordan wrote:
> Baptiste Coudurier schrieb:
> > Hi,
> > Thorsten Jordan wrote:
> >> M?ns Rullg?rd schrieb:
> >>> Baptiste Coudurier wrote:
> >>>> Hi,
> >>>> I don't think extracting duplicated code from mpegenc.c and mpegtsenc.c
> >>>> is that hard. H264 muxing might be slightly harder.
> >>> Assuming the H264 data is correctly encoded for TS muxing (i.e. has
> >>> AUD NAL units and the like), it shouldn't be any harder to mux than
> >>> anything else. All that's needed is a descriptor in the PMT. The
> >>> PES packetisation is no different from MPEG2.
> >> Just as reminder: you only have to handle the extra pitfalls of PAFF
> >> encoded h264: the stream timebase is e.g. 1/25 even if there are 50
> >> fields with PAFF, and there are 50 access units to mux. Either the
> >> bottom fields get same pts/dts as the top fields or +1/2 frame duration
> >> - in that case it is harder to write the muxer.
> >> As far as I know, the two fields of a PAFF-coded frame don't need to be
> >> consecutive in the stream, and can be mixed with other frames - so its
> >> hard to compute PTS/DTS for a bottom field. Using the values from
> >> av_interleaved_write_frame() or AVPacket the bottom field will get the
> >> same PTS/DTS as the topfield.
> > And here you scared everyone ;)
> the most troublesome part is to partition the stream into access units
> and to generate pts/dts for them, and that is done outside the muxer for
> ffmpeg, so the muxer itself isn't that hard to write, indeed. It would
> need a more advanced h264-parser than current one though.
> To solve the PAFF problem one could choose an appropriate AVStream time
> base like 1/50 or even 1/90kHz, and provide per-field pts/dts.
> Just some ideas, nothing to be scared off ;)
IMHO 1/25 is invalid as timebase for 50 fields per second PAFF.
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