[mythtv-users] Error in nuv files created by svn version of mythtv

David Petticrew david at petticrew.freeserve.co.uk
Sun Aug 6 17:37:04 UTC 2006

Isaac Richards wrote:
> On Sunday 06 August 2006 1:23 pm, David Petticrew wrote:
>> Isaac Richards wrote:
>>> On Sunday 06 August 2006 8:44 am, David Petticrew wrote:
>>>> Michael T. Dean wrote:
>>>>> On 08/05/06 19:32, David Petticrew wrote:
>>>>>> I have a problem when running ffmpeg on mpg4 files produced by the
>>>>>> latest svn version of mythtv (revision 10685). I initially posted this
>>>>>> problem as being related to mytharchive and didn't get any responses,
>>>>>> but I've investigated a bit more. I have some files hanging around
>>>>>> from before my upgrade which were created by mythtv 0.19 and they work
>>>>>> fine, it's only with files created with the svn version of mythtv that
>>>>>> I get a problem.
>>>>>> Here's a copy of the error I get when running the ffmpeg settings
>>>>>> through mytharchive. (I've used the version of ffmpeg provided by my
>>>>>> distribution and the latest svn version, with identical results).
>>>>>>> Marker bit missing before time_increment_resolution=2268.7kbits/s
>>>>>>> [mpeg4 @ 0xa7e176b0]time_base.den==0
>>>>>>> [mpeg4 @ 0xa7e176b0]header damaged
>>>>>>> Error while decoding stream #0.0
>>>>>>> Floating point exception
>>>>>> Any ideas on how to fix this or do I need to submit a bug report
>>>>>> somewhere?
>>>>> Perhaps
>>>>> http://www.gossamer-threads.com/lists/mythtv/commits/213642#213642
>>>> Forgive me for being a bit thick here but does this mean the nuv file
>>>> specification has changed and therefore you need to wait until ffmpeg is
>>>> updated to work with the new specification? If this is the case has
>>>> someone told the ffmpeg project?
>>> Ffmpeg doesn't support _any_ of the myth extensions to the nuv file
>>> format.
>> Just an update, it also means that the nuv files can't play through vlc.
>>   Is there any way of undoing this change or not using this modification
>> (even if just as a user option) when recording nuv files?
> No.  That change isn't what's breaking things, anyway.

Any idea what is?


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