>If the issue is only reproducible with files created with FFmpeg,
>I would assume an issue with the muxed file / the muxer.
We could use some video/audio analyzer tools to check whether the sample ts 
file is correct. If there is no problem, we can think there is bug in ffmpeg, 
e.g. ts demuxer.


Thanks!


Regards


Andrew






At 2018-02-12 02:53:39, "Carl Eugen Hoyos" <ceffm...@gmail.com> wrote:
>2018-02-11 12:58 GMT+01:00 qw <applema...@163.com>:
>>>Not sure what you are trying to show but this file was created with
>>>FFmpeg and is therefore typically not a good example.
>>>
>>>Or to say it differently: If the issue can be shown with a file
>>>created by FFmpeg, why did you upload a (large) sample?
>>
>> I just find the issue with the large sample files.
>
>If the issue is only reproducible with files created with FFmpeg,
>I would assume an issue with the muxed file / the muxer.
>
>Carl Eugen
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