2018-02-14 13:02 GMT+01:00 qw <applema...@163.com>:
>>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.

Or, even simpler, we could test with the original file (before
being remuxed or transcoded with FFmpeg) to know for sure
if FFmpeg needs a change.

(I assume that your test doesn't really help because our
muxer is known not to be compliant afair.)

Carl Eugen
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