On Fri, 9 Feb 2018 12:54:29 -0800
Richard Shaffer <rshaf...@tunein.com> wrote:

> I just wanted to send a final ping about this patch. While most
> streams will not encounter the case that it addresses, those that do
> will have a pretty bad experience. The demuxer's read_packet function
> currently only reads 7 bytes (ADTS_HEADER_SIZE) of input. If the first
> 12 bits aren't the sync word, it immediately gives up and returns
> AVERROR_INVALIDDATA. This means that if it encounters an ID3 tag, it
> won't re-sync unless the tag length just happens to be a multiple of 7
> bytes.
> I'm assuming that the demuxer should be enhanced to search input for
> the next sync word. (That might be some of the additional work that
> James mentioned, and is something I'd be interested in working on.) In
> the mean time, I think this patch addresses a likely case of lost
> synchronization, while also providing some utility to API users.
> I know that people are probably busy, so I don't want to be annoying
> or overly persistent. However, if anyone has a little time to review
> this and provide feedback or accept the changes, I'd appreciate it.

I think I forgot about this patch. I can apply it on Monday or so,
unless someone else has comments. James Almer wanted a test - what's
the status on this and does anyone demand that this is pushed only with
such a test added?
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