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Problem with new updates over the weekend.

Grae Cullen
Hi all,

   I had a version of ffmpeg from Thursday or Friday,
unfortunately , I deleted the Makefile, so I re-downloaded
everything.  (I didn't realize that your configuration file
doesn't make a Makefile.)  

   The problem was that the new version on Monday does not
work the same as the old version.  The ffplay program does not
behave the same.  If you play two h264 stream concatenated
together, the first stream is played, but then the second
stream opens the first frame, but then stops.  

  However, the old version would play the second video
correctly, with the exception that the frame size was wrong
for the second video.  The frame size for the second stream is
now correct, but it doesn't continue to play past the first frame.

  I would like to know exactly what code was changed from
Friday, and also is possible which of it pertains to my
problem.  If someone on here was the person who actually
changed it that would be amazing.  It was somebody called
Michael, in think, but I am not 100% sure.

   This would be huge for my project, because basically what I
need is both behaviors.  Not dropping one for the other.

Thanks a lot,
Grae

PS: If you want to see what I mean, you can get a sample h264
stream here:
http://astro.temple.edu/~tua57044/reu/houseToSoccer2.264
It is just 2 streams appended together.

GoD BlEsS yOu
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Re: Problem with new updates over the weekend.

Stefano Sabatini
On date Monday 2008-07-21 13:46:21 -0400, Grae Cullen wrote:

> Hi all,
>
>    I had a version of ffmpeg from Thursday or Friday,
> unfortunately , I deleted the Makefile, so I re-downloaded
> everything.  (I didn't realize that your configuration file
> doesn't make a Makefile.)  
>
>    The problem was that the new version on Monday does not
> work the same as the old version.  The ffplay program does not
> behave the same.  If you play two h264 stream concatenated
> together, the first stream is played, but then the second
> stream opens the first frame, but then stops.  
>
>   However, the old version would play the second video
> correctly, with the exception that the frame size was wrong
> for the second video.  The frame size for the second stream is
> now correct, but it doesn't continue to play past the first frame.
>
>   I would like to know exactly what code was changed from
> Friday, and also is possible which of it pertains to my
> problem.  If someone on here was the person who actually
> changed it that would be amazing.  It was somebody called
> Michael, in think, but I am not 100% sure.
>
>    This would be huge for my project, because basically what I
> need is both behaviors.  Not dropping one for the other.
>
> Thanks a lot,
> Grae
>
> PS: If you want to see what I mean, you can get a sample h264
> stream here:
> http://astro.temple.edu/~tua57044/reu/houseToSoccer2.264
> It is just 2 streams appended together.

svn log will respond to your answer.

Then if you found a regression please open an issue on roundup, if you
get to understand which revision caused it report that information
too.

Regards.
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Re: Problem with new updates over the weekend.

Grae Cullen
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---- Original message ----
>Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2008 23:49:41 +0200
>From: Stefano Sabatini <[hidden email]>  
>Subject: Re: [libav-user] Problem with new updates over the
weekend.  
>To: [hidden email]
>
>On date Monday 2008-07-21 13:46:21 -0400, Grae Cullen wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>
>>    I had a version of ffmpeg from Thursday or Friday,
>> unfortunately , I deleted the Makefile, so I re-downloaded
>> everything.  (I didn't realize that your configuration
file
>> doesn't make a Makefile.)  
>>
>>    The problem was that the new version on Monday does not
>> work the same as the old version.  The ffplay program
does not
>> behave the same.  If you play two h264 stream concatenated
>> together, the first stream is played, but then the second
>> stream opens the first frame, but then stops.  
>>
>>   However, the old version would play the second video
>> correctly, with the exception that the frame size was
wrong
>> for the second video.  The frame size for the second
stream is
>> now correct, but it doesn't continue to play past the
first frame.
>>
>>   I would like to know exactly what code was changed from
>> Friday, and also is possible which of it pertains to my
>> problem.  If someone on here was the person who actually
>> changed it that would be amazing.  It was somebody called
>> Michael, in think, but I am not 100% sure.
>>
>>    This would be huge for my project, because basically
what I
>> need is both behaviors.  Not dropping one for the other.
>>
>> Thanks a lot,
>> Grae
>>
>> PS: If you want to see what I mean, you can get a sample
h264
>> stream here:
>> http://astro.temple.edu/~tua57044/reu/houseToSoccer2.264
>> It is just 2 streams appended together.
>
>svn log will respond to your answer.
>
>Then if you found a regression please open an issue on
roundup, if you
>get to understand which revision caused it report that
information
>too.

There was a bunch of updates over the weekend, and I just
started looking into it, so I am not even sure what file it
was, that would control such a thing.

Grae
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Re: Problem with new updates over the weekend.

wl2776
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You can download a specific revision.
svn update -r <number>

There is a web-interface to the FFmpeg SVN: http://svn.mplayerhq.hu/ffmpeg/trunk/
Clicking on links under number near "Directory revision" will bring you to the list of changes made for the specific revision with highlighted changed lines.

"Yours" are probably 14275 or 14326.
http://svn.mplayerhq.hu/ffmpeg/trunk/libavcodec/h264.c?view=log

Grae Cullen wrote
[...]
  I would like to know exactly what code was changed from
Friday, and also is possible which of it pertains to my
problem.  If someone on here was the person who actually
changed it that would be amazing.  It was somebody called
Michael, in think, but I am not 100% sure.
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Re: Problem with new updates over the weekend.

Grae Cullen
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>svn log will respond to your answer.
>
>Then if you found a regression please open an issue on
>roundup, if you
>get to understand which revision caused it report that
>information too.

>Regards.

Thanks, I will if I can narrow down the problem.


>You can download a specific revision.
>svn update -r <number>
>

Thank you, with this I should be able to find it. (I hope.)

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Re: Problem with new updates over the weekend.

Grae Cullen
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>
>You can download a specific revision.
>svn update -r <number>
>

It turns out the regression is rather old, perhaps.  Do you
have a list of what compile you guys were using when?

Grae
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