[FFmpeg-trac] #1065(undetermined:new): H.264/AVC(BDAV BluRay codec family) incorrect framerate recognition

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Thu Mar 15 00:43:23 CET 2012

#1065: H.264/AVC(BDAV BluRay codec family) incorrect framerate recognition
             Reporter:  L.H.V.F.     |                    Owner:
                 Type:  defect       |                   Status:  new
             Priority:  normal       |                Component:
              Version:  unspecified  |  undetermined
             Keywords:  h264         |               Resolution:
             Blocking:               |               Blocked By:
Analyzed by developer:  0            |  Reproduced by developer:  0

Comment (by L.H.V.F.):

 I have saw this comment, and I will question, of the real possibility of
 upload of an external site, and my reference for this question is from
 this site:


 There, is encountered this explanation for how to proceed for submit a
 sample for developers:
 Submitting Sample Media'''

 The developers may ask you to provide a sample media file illustrating
 your problem. In this case, please follow these steps:

 If the sample file is too large ( > 10 megabytes), cut it down to size
 with the Unix 'dd' command:
 dd if=sample-file of=small-sample-file bs=1024 count=10000
 and then upload small-sample-file rather than sample-file
 Please choose descriptive names like "h264_green_tint.mov" or
 "block_artifacts_after_seeking.mkv". We already have plenty of "bug.rm"
 and "sample.avi" to choose from.
 Upload the sample to the MPlayer FTP server. Note that our FTP server is
 write-only, as it would immediately get misused for warez trading
 otherwise. Do not let this confuse you. Even though you cannot see the
 stuff you upload, it will be there and the FFmpeg developers will have
 Log into upload.ffmpeg.org with an anonymous FTP login.
 cd -> incoming
 Upload a brief text file describing the sample and what is wrong. This is
 important! If you leave out the text file, your sample will most likely be
 deleted without further examination.
 Upload the sample.
 Email the list and indicate the location of the sample.
 Important: Movie files which have been compressed (rar,7z,gzip,...) will
 be deleted without being examined unless they are raw RGB/YUV/PCM.
 Furthermore movie files uploaded to services like megaupload, rapidshare
 or any other similar service will be ignored. We are not willing to spend
 our time fighting with this ridiculous, bloated and spam-filled crap.

 If is really possible and permitted to upload from
 [http://www.datafilehost.com/], I will proceed the upload of the original

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