[FFmpeg-user] Upskill to FFmpeg the TimeStamp Correction

Carl Eugen Hoyos ceffmpeg at gmail.com
Wed Jan 25 01:22:02 EET 2017

2017-01-24 20:02 GMT+01:00 ilker tezcan <ilkertezcan at gmail.com>:

> The sample file (On a Media Player software, I played only a few scenes a
> video):
> https://mega.nz/#!18oBiagQ!v1K1GJ7o_-dguOVN_5LKfKLLNelwKzS_rKev5M4Kbag

Please do not zip movie files (unless rawvideo).

mkvalidator claims this is an invalid matroska file.

> Timestamp still remains with the original video (10:58!?). Therefore, need
> fix the timestamp.

It seems to me that you created this file with strange timestamps,
how is anything (including FFmpeg) supposed to know that this
was not what you wanted?

> ffmpeg-3.1.5 -i "ElephantsDream_only_a_few_scenes.mkv" -c:v copy -c:a copy
> -sn "ElephantsDream_only_a_few_scenes_remuxed.mkv"
> Why v3.1.5? Can be use any build of FFmpeg but not after 3.1.5. Because of
> on all later/GIT versions after version 3.1.5,  FFmpeg can't remuxed
> properly. Something must have changed after v3.1.5.

Works fine here with current FFmpeg / command line and complete, uncut
console output missing.

Carl Eugen

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