[FFmpeg-user] Developer "cehoyos" closed my bug without any explanation, and without solving it
lingjiujianke at gmail.com
Tue Oct 11 04:19:42 EEST 2016
2016-10-11 8:30 GMT+08:00 Alexey Eromenko <al4321 at gmail.com>:
> > Hello,
> > sorry you feel this way, but looking at your bug report do you seem to
> > a misunderstand regarding who is responsible for which bugs. You state
> > it's Apple's decoder that cannot play the videos. And at the same time do
> > you state VLC does play them. VLC uses ffmpeg's libraries so it obviously
> > works with ffmpeg, just not with Apple's decoder. Further more do you
> > that the videos were created with libx264, which if it was the source of
> > your problem, is also not part of ffmpeg but only an external library and
> > has its own project. In short, you have no case.
> > You first need to accept that the problem is very likely with the Apple
> > decoder. Just because you cannot find anyone at Apple to listen to your
> > problem doesn't mean you can shove it onto ffmpeg. You have also reopened
> > the bug report several times, which suggest a certain stubbornness in
> > accepting these facts. You then have to provide evidence of this being an
> > ffmpeg bug, and you have so far only provided evidence against it.
> > responses were also quite clear and not unfriendly at all, because he
> > you how to solve your problem.
> > I suggest that you change your stance in this matter and stop acting like
> > Cehoyos would owe you an apology.
> > User problems are handled here on this maling list and not on the bug
> > tracker. Or do you disagree?
> It well may be an Apple bug, but since I can't find anyone at Apple to
> fix it, I think fixing it in the encoder is way simpler, and it is the
> way to go. Especially because it's open-source and because Apple
> players are popular.
> Discovering after-the-fact that some of my videos are incompatible
> with Apple decoders is a no-no, and a total shock for me. And no
> documentation on such fundamental issues _AT ALL_. Even the workaround
> parameter he suggested is not documented either.
> Like I know for sure that a BMP file is a Bitmap and is displayed
> correctly every time, on all computers and operating systems, and MP3
> file is an audio file, and is played back correctly every time, on all
> supported platforms, I expect the same from MP4 video file -- it must
> be played perfectly on all supported platforms, and since those
> poipular decoders are well-known, the encoder can target their
> limitations too.
> For ffmpeg developers fixing this bug maybe simple, just parsing the
> container tags properly, and yes, testing resulting MP4 files with the
> popular media players is super-critical; This means at least Windows
> (Windows Media Player and VLC), Android (Google Nexus and Samsung
> Galaxy) and Apple (iOS + Mac OS). Perhaps not for every minor release,
> but for major releases QA is a must-have.
> I can do some of the testing myself, being a QA guy, I'm capable of
> this task, but when there is a severe and critical issue, alarms must
> be sounded. It's my duty. (+I can add testing on Chromebook and Debian
> Linux and other platforms)
> -Alexey Eromenko "Technologov"
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