[FFmpeg-user] Timestamps for mpjpeg demuxer

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Wed Feb 17 21:44:34 CET 2016

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Am 17.02.2016 um 21:33 schrieb
> Hi fellows,
> my first post, so let me know if something's wrong with me. ;)
> This is a general question, so I have no command line yet to post here.
> Q: Using the mpjpeg demuxer, is it possible to force ffmpeg.exe to use
> the system timer as the timestamp for demuxed frames? As the stream
> doesn't provide a timestamp, timestamps naturally starts with zero. I
> can not specify the "-itsoffset" option because, at the point in time at
> which I start ffmpeg, I do not have the value yet.
> Alternatively: As I wrote the TCP server providing the stream myself, is
> there a way for me to supply the timestamp within the MIME message along
> with each jpeg image, maybe as an additional header line (one like the
> "Content-Length" header)? Or, otherwise, can you recommend a different
> container (still sent via TCP) that is as simple as mpjpeg but
> additonally allows me to provide a timestamp for each frame?
> Thanks.
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