[FFmpeg-user] ffmpeg with damaged dv from tape capture

Carl Eugen Hoyos cehoyos at ag.or.at
Sun Feb 24 09:37:22 CET 2013

Dave Rice <dave <at> dericed.com> writes:

> Only the video is detected, although there is audio 
> in the dv data once past the first few broken frames.

I can reproduce the issue but are you sure whoever wants 
to work on this issue will find enough audio in the 
sample to test a possible fix? (I don't know.)


> [1] I know dvgrab can output mov but ffmpeg does a 
> better job with this task: copying dv timecode to 
> mov timecode 

> and better handling of 4 channel audio in dv.

Unrelated: Could you post ffmpeg -i dv.mov console output 
so I know if this is a known issue? (Or post a sample.)

Thank you, Carl Eugen

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