[FFmpeg-user] aacDecoder_DecodeFrame() failed

2019-12-09 Thread Kung, Andreas
When I try to play this stream with ffplay, many decode failed occurred.

ffplay -infbuf -vn -acodec libfdk_aac
https://radio.mcu.edu.tw:8080/hls/a2/index.m3u8


[mpegts @ 0x7f97028b7400] PES packet size mismatch sq=0B f=0/0
[libfdk_aac @ 0x7f96fe890600] aacDecoder_DecodeFrame() failed: 4007
[libfdk_aac @ 0x7f96fe890600] aacDecoder_DecodeFrame() failed: 1001
[libfdk_aac @ 0x7f96fe890600] aacDecoder_DecodeFrame() failed: 4004

output sound sometimes corrupted or muted.

I can play the same stream with VLC or Google Chrome.

Could anyone help? Thanks
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Re: [FFmpeg-user] Converting pictures to video

2019-12-09 Thread Dan Bridges
On 10/12/2019 5:09 am, Anwuli Okwuashi wrote:
> winexec "C:\FFmpeg\bin\ffmpeg.exe" -report -f concat -safe 0 -i
> "C:\Users\analyst\Desktop\STATA\projects\animation3\graph_%d.png" -maxrate
> 3k -y
> "C:\Users\analyst\Desktop\STATA\projects\animation3\map_video1.mpg"

When you use the concat demuxer , after "-i", (the input file(s)
option), don't use: *graph_%d.png*

Instead, use the name of the text file you've created that contains
either 1- or 2 entries for every image filename you wish to load. This
way, the group of image filenames does not need to be contiguous in its
numbering or start its numbering within 0-4 of the index value.

https://trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/Concatenate

If you look at my post you will see that I have presented a batchfile
called *create_list.bat*:

@echo off SETLOCAL EnableDelayedExpansion if exist mylist.txt del
mylist.txt for %%I in ("Sequence Directory\*.png") do (echo file '%%~fI'
>> mylist.txt & echo duration 0.04 >> mylist.txt) start /i mylist.txt

The way it is currently written, it looks a directory-level down from
the current directory for a sub-directory called "Sequence directory".
This is just an example. You could alter it to suit yourself.

In my example, I had create_list.bat and ffmpeg.exe in "C:\test
directory". So, when executing create_list.bat from there, it is looking
for all the .png files I've placed in "C:\test directory\Sequence
directory" and then creating a name-sorted list in the current directory
("C:\test directory") called *mylist.txt*. Finally, it was loading this
text file in the Windows-associated  program, notepad.exe., for
examination and modification*.  *This final step is an optional process.*
*

In my example, the first 4 image files in this sorted list which would
be read by the concat demuxer and loaded into ffmpeg were:

file 'C:\test directory\Sequence directory\Replacement.png' duration
0.04 file 'C:\test directory\Sequence directory\Sequence_0083.png'
duration 0.04 file 'C:\test directory\Sequence
directory\Sequence_0086.png' duration 0.04 file 'C:\test
directory\Sequence directory\Sequence_0089.png' duration 0.04

Once you have created your list of image filenames, you use it this way
(an example):*
*

*ffmpeg.exe -f concat -safe 0 -i "C:\test directory\mylist.txt" -maxrate
3k -y "C:\test directory\Sequence directory"\map_video6.mpg*

In your case your directory structure appears not to be separating your
working directory from your data (image) directory. This is OK if you
only a few image files, but gets messy when you have thousands of images.

Assuming you want create_list.bat to operate from the "animation3"
directory you would alter its contents to:

@echo off SETLOCAL EnableDelayedExpansion if exist mylist.txt del
mylist.txt for %%I in (*.png") do (echo file '%%~fI' >> mylist.txt &
echo duration 0.04 >> mylist.txt) start /i mylist.txt


And then your ffmpeg.exe command line would be:

***winexc "C:\Users\analyst\Desktop\STATA\projects\animation3\mylist.txt"
-maxrate 3k -y
"C:\Users\analyst\Desktop\STATA\projects\animation3\map_video1.mpg"*

Dan.*
*

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Re: [FFmpeg-user] Converting pictures to video

2019-12-09 Thread Anwuli Okwuashi
Thank you everyone for your valuable feedback and apologies for the late
response, I could not access my files over the weekend.
I am a step closer. The video is saved now but empty, length is 00:00:00.

@dos...@gmail.com I included a second line command with your suggestion but
still did not work.
winexec "C:\FFmpeg\bin\ffmpeg.exe" -report -i
"C:\Users\analyst\Desktop\STATA\projects\animation3\graph_%d.png" -b:v
2048k "C:\Users\analyst\Desktop\STATA\projects\animation3\map_video.mpg"
winexec "C:\FFmpeg\bin\ffmpeg.exe" -report -f concat -safe 0 -i
"C:\Users\analyst\Desktop\STATA\projects\animation3\graph_%d.png" -maxrate
3k -y
"C:\Users\analyst\Desktop\STATA\projects\animation3\map_video1.mpg"

Thank you,

On Sat, 7 Dec 2019 at 00:43, Dan Bridges  wrote:

> On 7/12/2019 11:49 am, Anwuli Okwuashi wrote:
> > [image2 @ 01d077c4a440] Could find no file with path
> > 'C:\Users\analyst\Desktop\STATA\projects\animation3\graph%02d.png' and
> > index in the range 0-4
>
>
> I created a 1500x1000 1000-image set: Sequence_000.png ->
> Sequence_999.png. This loads fine using at the start of the command line:
>
> ffmpeg -i Sequence_%03d.png
>
> This will also work if the sequence numbers are inside the filename:
>
> ffmpeg -i 0191107-154%03d-214.png
>
> But if you rename the first 5 files to:  _Sequence_000.png ...
> _Sequence_004.png it will fail because the first file starting with
> Sequence is now Sequence_005.png.
>
> Renaming _Sequence_004.png -> Sequence_004.png  will allow the remaining
> 995 files in the sequence to load.
>
> If you can not batch rename the sequence to start from 00 or if it is a
> non-contiguous list because you deleted some damaged/missing images, you
> can tell FFMPEG to load a list of filenames. This has to be in a
> particular 1 or 2-line format (if including  image duration).
>
> For example, I've deleted the first 83 images, substituted a
> Replacement.png, and the remaining image names jump by 3. Then I created
> a list of filenames.
>
> To create such a list in Windows, I use create_list.bat, here designed
> to look in the "Sequence Directory", beneath the current directory
> ("C:\test directory"), where the images files are situated, create a
> 2-line name-sorted list where the 2nd line is the duration in secs (1
> frame at 25fps = 40ms), and then load this list in the associated text
> editor so you can delete or move blocks, change durations etc., if
> required.
>
> @echo off
> SETLOCAL EnableDelayedExpansion
> if exist mylist.txt del mylist.txt
> for %%I in ("Sequence Directory\*.png") do (echo file '%%~fI' >>
> mylist.txt & echo duration 0.04 >> mylist.txt)
> start /i mylist.txt
>
> The first 4 files in the list:
>
> file 'C:\test directory\Sequence directory\Replacement.png'
> duration 0.04
> file 'C:\test directory\Sequence directory\Sequence_0083.png'
> duration 0.04
> file 'C:\test directory\Sequence directory\Sequence_0086.png'
> duration 0.04
> file 'C:\test directory\Sequence directory\Sequence_0089.png'
> duration 0.04
>
> If you decrease the duration below 0.04 @25fps FFMPEG will start to drop
> frames. Conversely, if you go above 0.04, it will start to replicate
> frames.
>
> To use this list:
>
> ffmpeg.exe -f concat -safe 0 -i "C:\test directory\mylist.txt" -maxrate
> 3k -y "C:\test directory\Sequence directory"\map_video6.mpg
>
>
> Dan.
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Report written to "ffmpeg-20191209-114347.log"
Log level: 48
Command line:
"C:\\FFmpeg\\bin\\ffmpeg.exe" -report -f concat -safe 0 -i 
"C:\\Users\\analyst\\Desktop\\STATA\\projects\\animation3\\graph_%d.png" 
-maxrate 3k -y 
"C:\\Users\\analyst\\Desktop\\STATA\\projects\\animation3\\map_video1.mpg"
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[FFmpeg-user] FFmpeg audio frame count/nb_samples misunderstanding?

2019-12-09 Thread klongwood3
I am streaming audio between two linux machines using ffmpeg and ffplay. The
sender is using rtsp to transport audio using a USB microphone over TCP. The
receiver (listener) is receiving and playing the audio received using
ffplay. 

Sending:


Receiving(listening):


Using /‘ashowinfo’/, I am able to see a line containing various information
for each input audio frame. The option /nostats/ is used to avoid other
stats interleaved within the log output. “n” denotes the (sequential) number
of the input frame, starting from 0. The receiver and sender are both using
the /-af/ option flag to see the frame counts. However when the stream ends,
the audio frame numbers are completely off as shown below. I have searched
before, but have not seen any specific or technical algorithm that ffmpeg
uses to justify how frame counts are defined. Also I am not sure why my
sender with the microphone audio has various nb_sample sizes with each frame
increment? I have noticed that the audio streamed from rtsp is always
received as having each frame with "nb_sample" of 1024. I have tried adding
the /frame_size/ option but with no change in consistent number of samples
per frame input for the sender. The aim is to have a consist method to
correlate where the sender and receiver are at once the audio stream has
been stopped. 

Below are the log files outputted for each command with their respective
machines:

Sending log:


Receiving log:




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