[FFmpeg-user] Video corruption when transcoding on new computer
mhkohne at moberg.com
Tue Jun 9 17:01:57 EEST 2020
My apologies for not going to the latest before posting here. I should know
this by now. I even have targets in the makefile for building the git
nonfree - left from an experiment with AAC, perhaps? Definitely needed to
cpudetect - not sure why I thought I need it. Perhaps because I specified
the cpu? I've also removed that because...it's not helping if I'm runtime
I'm pretty sure the extra-ldflags have to do with strange layout choices in
my build tree.
If you properly install the libraries into your system, I don't think that
it is needed. I don't do so because I'm afraid of interfering with other
Yes, that does mean we have bigger problems (so many problems).
Switching to the latest code seems to have fixed the issue, so I can
continue for now and get past this.
After I get this bit finished up, I'll be going on to switching in new
(The reason we use these is an entire backward compatibility cluster****
that I don't want to talk about. We're getting better, but not quickly.).
Again, thank you for your help.
With best regards
SR. SOFTWARE ENGINEER
Office +1.215.283.0860 x208 | www.moberg.com
On Mon, Jun 8, 2020 at 2:34 PM Carl Eugen Hoyos <ceffmpeg at gmail.com> wrote:
> Am Mo., 8. Juni 2020 um 16:31 Uhr schrieb Michael Kohne via
> ffmpeg-user <ffmpeg-user at ffmpeg.org>:
> > I'm working with ffmpeg 4.2.3 that I built myself.
> Please test current FFmpeg git head, the only version
> supported on this mailing list.
> Unrelated: --enable-nonfree has only disadvantages for you,
> no advantages. --enable-runtime-cpudetect is the default
> and does not do what you think it does, remove it. If the
> extra-ldflags are needed, this could indicate a bug that I
> would like to know more about.
> And please test with file input.
> Oh, and please test with a sane compiler version, yours
> is antique (and if there is an issue, your compiler is a
> likely reason).
> Carl Eugen
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