[Libav-user] Possible fix for rare core-dumps in H264
mark39518 at cesinst.com
Fri Jun 21 10:29:06 CEST 2013
You explained -- just not strongly enough to make me understand.
It takes hours of testing to generate a stack trace, but I wrote down
the most import part -- the last two frames. And it's very difficult to
get a clip for reproduction, as this is a live stream running for hours.
To be honest, I think the description is adequate. Anyone that knows
the H264 code should be able to determine quickly whether the report is
valid or not....
On 6/21/2013 1:17 AM, Carl Eugen Hoyos wrote:
> Carl Eugen Hoyos <cehoyos at ...> writes:
>> Mark Stevans <mark39518 <at> ...> writes:
>>> When playing unreliable H264 streams with FFPlay, I
>>> seem to get core-dumps randomly every few hours.
>> This sounds important, please provide the necessary
>> information as explained on
> I apparently forgot to explain that it makes no sense
> to open a ticket if you can neither provide the
> necessary information as explained on
> http://ffmpeg.org/bugreports.html nor a sample.
>> A sample would be useful (the size limitation
>> mentioned in above page is irrelevant in this case),
>> you may also only upload a sample, a developer will
>> probably look at it (every crash is important).
>> If you want comments on your patch, use
>> git format-patch and send the commit to ffmpeg-devel
>> where patches are discussed.
> I apparently forgot to explain that it makes no
> sense to post patches on the bug tracker, they
> are usually ignored there.
> Sorry, Carl Eugen
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