[FFmpeg-user] No encpding Frames with MPEG-TS H.264
belcampo at zonnet.nl
Tue Oct 4 19:19:36 CEST 2011
On 10/04/2011 07:03 PM, DasDing wrote:
> belcampo wrote:
>> I don't know dvb viewer, but your command line says ffmpeg -i
>> Are you trying to live-encode ?? from a http://stream then that would
>> probably the reason for those messages. If you first save it to
>> original.ts and the ffmpeg -i original.ts ......
>> it would probably solve your error messages.
>> Further this isn't a 1080p recording but as mediainfo says
>> Scan type : Interlaced
>> Scan order : Top Field First
> I have said, that it works with normal TV channels. There is no problem.
The difference is that 'normal' TV is mpeg2 with 25fps and a certain
I-frame every 12th frame.
HD is h264 with far less certainty when an I-frame comes, that's why I
suggested to 1st save the file. But as you stated that also isn't
working. VLC also can encode, is that working with the file you have ?
> I havealso tried, first to record from DVB Viewer and then encoded with
> ffmpeg, but i doesn't work either. It's the same error message.
> Here a little info how it work's with the "http stream":
> First the source comes from the tv card to my DVB Viewer. Then I have a
> picture there. I have installed a plugin called "netstream", it restreamed
> the video to a http protocol. So I can get a picture with this adress
> "http://127.0.0.1:2345", for example in vlc media player.
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