[Libav-user] How to add a skip frame to a MKV file?
t.rapp at noa-archive.com
Thu Apr 25 11:20:45 EEST 2019
On 25.04.2019 09:46, Seungyong Kwon wrote:
> I'm writing a program which writes a MKV file.
> For some reason writing a packet to a file is done by calling
> av_write_frame instread of av_interleaved_write_frame which
> inserts skip frames automatically.
> For an AVI file an AVPacket having size 0 and data NULL is a skip
> frame and I tried same method to my program. However doing so for
> a MKV file caused error. So I changed to write an AVPacket having
> size 4 and data of simple byte sequence like 0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x1.
> However files created that way cannot be played by VLC or WMP
> although players like PotPlayer could play.
> It seemed to me that filling such skip packets were not valid.
> If so what is a valid way of inserting skip frames to MKV files
> when using av_write_packet?
Have you tried just sending the next packet with an increased PTS? As
far as I remember Matroska stores the timestamp for each packet (in
microseconds) while AVI does not. So dummy fill packets should not be
necessary for Matroska.
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