[Libav-user] dts/pts generated by aac encoder less than zero
applemax82 at 163.com
Fri Oct 9 14:26:11 CEST 2015
Thanks for your quick reply. I have another related question.
If there is negative pts/dts in packet output from audio encoder, the total duration of output audio packets will be bigger than original audio duration.
Are those packets with negatvie pts/dts useful in audio decoding process? Can I discard those packets with negative pts/dts?
I want to mux video and audio streams into one mp4 file, but there are several audio packets with negtive pts/dts at the beginning, and pts/dts of video packets start from 0. How to put those packets with negtive pts/dts into mp4 file?
At 2015-10-09 16:49:57, "Hendrik Leppkes" <h.leppkes at gmail.com> wrote:
>On Fri, Oct 9, 2015 at 7:53 AM, qw <applemax82 at 163.com> wrote:
>> I use avcodec_encode_audio2() to call aac encoder to compress audio.
>> AVFrame::pts is set to 0 for 1st frame, 1 for 2nd frame, 2 for 3rd frame,
>> and so on. But I find pts and dts are negtive values in 1st two output
>> packets, and 3rd packet's pts/dts is 0. Why pts and dts are less than 0 in
>> 1st two output packets?
>Encoders will produce negative timestamps when they have a delay.
>Otherwise they would cause A/V desync, since the audio is delayed.
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