[Libav-user] Encoding with variable frame rate
Paul B Mahol
onemda at gmail.com
Sat May 25 20:46:44 CEST 2013
On 5/25/13, Brad O'Hearne <brado at bighillsoftware.com> wrote:
> On May 25, 2013, at 1:03 AM, Kalileo <kalileo at universalx.net> wrote:
>> As Robert said, please, please, please: "Please, take a step back and
>> reality-check your statements. You're so off-track here."
> I am going to conclude my discourse here by passing on one more nugget of
> info about how "off-track" I am. I was contacted off-list by a
> self-proclaimed list-vetteran (5+ years) who explained to me that because
> most of the list devs first language wasn't English, posting anything of
> substance or length provides an obstacle to them. Furthermore, these
> non-first-language-English speakers considered my "style" of communication
> "colloquial", and didn't like it.
It was not about first language or overly long text, but because of overal tone
of post you make. And posing anything of substance or length does not provide
obstacle to me.
> Even my writing proper English on an English mailing list is a foul -- the
> pettiness here apparently has few bounds. All I have done here is point out
> inconsistencies in explanations I was given, omissions in documentation and
> examples, reported what I was seeing in source code I provided, and reported
> a verified crash in avcodec_encode_audio2. For that I've been called "troll"
> and had my posts publicly written off as "FUD", and now I'm "off-track"
> simply for quoting the ones who said so.
Its not exactly FUD or troll, you were doing neither of that, and I must admit
I did mistake and was wrong when saying you behave as such.
> I'm not all that slow on the uptake -- I've been around these mailing lists
> for 20+ years, and I've seen many open source projects that are driven by
> personality, and willingly set aside potential progress to protect personal
> fiefdoms. I had thoughts a while back of attempting to document FFmpeg, or
> putting some more pragmatic HOW-TO examples together, or maybe even putting
> a whole OS X Cocoa wrapper around FFmpeg (which would have produced another
> public API for Mac users which *could* be documented). But it is clear that
> there's no point in such an attempt. I get that you want me gone...and as my
> presence here is merely an extension of my customer's FFmpeg needs, I've
> already recommended to them that they need to migrate off of FFmpeg for
> support reasons. Provided they agree to do it, that will happen, and I'll
> take our user feedback (which in other places is welcomed, in the commercial
> world, even paid for) elsewhere.
Nobody wants you gone.
> In the meantime, you can label it however you want, excoriate me for it
> again for merely reporting it if that floats your boat, but you've got a bug
> in libavcodec. It may well be caused by a usage issue, but it is an error
> condition FFmpeg doesn't catch either by assertion or error handling, and it
> crashes inside FFmpeg code. Investigate it or ignore it...that's up to you.
Is this some kind of puzzle?
> That's the last I have to say about any of this.
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