[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH 12/18] avformat/hls: parse ID3 timestamps for elementary audio streams
michaelni at gmx.at
Fri Jan 3 13:04:04 CET 2014
On Fri, Jan 03, 2014 at 07:13:18AM +0200, Anssi Hannula wrote:
> 03.01.2014 06:33, Michael Niedermayer kirjoitti:
> > On Fri, Jan 03, 2014 at 04:21:03AM +0200, Anssi Hannula wrote:
> >> 31.12.2013 09:15, Michael Niedermayer kirjoitti:
> >>> On Tue, Dec 31, 2013 at 08:20:19AM +0200, Anssi Hannula wrote:
> >>>> I seem to now be hitting "first_dts 895690 not matching first dts 920758
> >>>> (pts 920758, duration 2089) in the queue" for every packet after the
> >>>> first one (only the first one has actual dts), though...
> >>>> I have to quit debugging now for a while, but if you know off-hand what
> >>>> I'm doing wrong (if anything - just noticed it is only AV_LOG_DEBUG) it
> >>>> would save me some time :)
> >>> if the timestamps you get are correct then you can probably ignore it
> >>> this message can get printed when nothing is really wrong ...
> >>>> I have AVSTREAM_PARSE_FULL and I set pkt->dts for first pkt, and later
> >>>> ones have AV_NOPTS_VALUE (the interspersed timestamps aren't yet handled).
> >> Since there are several hundred non-timestamped packets between the
> >> timestamped packets, the fact that compute_pkt_fields() rounds the
> >> computed frame duration down (utils.c line ~1096) will cause the packet
> >> timestamps to fall behind of the actual time (approx. ~5ms for 48kHz @
> >> 1024 samples/pkt with 10sec segments,
> > this sounds a bit odd, mpeg has strict rules on how often timestamps
> > must be stored
> > without checking the spec i think the max duration between timestamps
> > was below 1 sec
> > so several hundread packets of 1024 samples sound like too much
> Well this is just raw audio elementary stream (with no timestamps) with
> HLS-specific ID3 timestamp in the beginning of every HLS segment (spec
> says a "typical" segment duration is 10sec, but there is no limit).
> I don't think the MPEG spec has much say in this, or does it?
> I must admit I'm not 100% sure what the "MPEG-2 audio elementary stream
> (ISO 13818)" format HLS spec says means exactly, but apparently it is
> just raw audio, right? Just checking I'm not missing someting useful here...
for raw elementary streams there are no timestamps needed, i thought
this was about ts, my mistake ...
> >> since the pkt duration can't be
> >> expressed exactly in MPEG timebase), so there will be a corresponding
> >> jump in timestamps the next time a timestamped packet is output.
> >> (this didn't happen with my original patch since I kept the offset
> >> between last timestamp and current packet around in the audio timebase,
> >> not MPEG timebase, converting the full offset each time so that rounding
> >> error did not accumulate)
> >> What should we do? Probably these are the reasonable options, unless you
> >> think of something else:
> >> a) Not care.
> > thats a possible temporary solution
> >> b) Add some artificial left-shift to all the timestamps in
> >> hls_id3_audio demuxer so that the rounding error will be negligible.
> >> c) Make compute_pkt_fields() keep track of the rounding error and
> >> correct pkt duration and/or dts accordingly.
> > i probably could look into this tomorrow if the timestamps are really
> > that rare
> OK, that'd be great. For now I'll go with not caring then.
> BTW, just noticed something strange... When I have:
> - one stream, with AVSTREAM_PARSE_FULL, and
> - avformat_find_stream_info() done (by HLS demuxer),
> and then do:
> 1. Output first packet with DTS=X, containing multiple actual frames
> => the AVPackets output from lavf get proper DTS = X, X+1, X+2
> 2. Output second packet no DTS:
> => now the AVPackets jump back to DTS = X, X+1, X+2
> 3. Output third packet, no DTS:
> => DTS continues correctly, X+3, X+4, X+5
> And this jumping back only happens exactly once in the beginning of the
> stream, everything is fine the next time a timestamped packet is output.
do you have some testcase so i can reproduce this ?
Michael GnuPG fingerprint: 9FF2128B147EF6730BADF133611EC787040B0FAB
No snowflake in an avalanche ever feels responsible. -- Voltaire
-------------- next part --------------
A non-text attachment was scrubbed...
Name: not available
Size: 198 bytes
Desc: Digital signature
More information about the ffmpeg-devel