Zoltan Boszormenyi =EDrta:
> Miguel Freitas =EDrta:
>> Hi Guenter,
>> hope you are fine ;-)
>> On Thu, 29 Jul 2004 20:10:13 +0200, Guenter Bartsch
>> <bartscgr@...> wrote:
>>> i see this problem too and it is really really bad - shouldn't be har=
>>> to reproduce. i think i have ruled out the audio-driver possibility a=
>>> have tried oss and alsa here, both have the same problem.
>>> another piece of information: i have downgraded to 1-rc5 yesterday an=
>>> the problem is gone :)
> Thank god, I thought it's just my machine. :-)
>> thanks, these are very important hints. and i'm happy to know that our
>> last release is good...
>> now we must find out if this is demuxer specific or not. this is a
>> show stopper for rc6. since i'm leaving on vacations next week (away
>> for 2 weeks), i will have very little time to investigate this. any
>> help is appreciated.
> OK, when I have put my son to bed I will test some media.
> One thing is sure: ISO MPEG-4 AVI / MP3 128 kbit/48000 kHz audio
> does not slip. It's also handled by ffmpeg. So it's not a
> demuxer, more likely a decoder bug.
> Best regards,
> Zolt=E1n B=F6sz=F6rm=E9nyi
Sorry for the little delay. Result:
DVD: perfect sync
MPEG2 file, SVCD: -"-
ISO-MPEG4 (XviD): -"-
MSMPEG4v3 / AC3 audio: -"-
MSMPEG4v3 / MP3 audio: slips (ffmpeg)
MSMPEG4v3 / MP3 audio: perfect sync (win32v), same file as above
I have set win32v priority to 50 and the out of sync movie is now
perfect. The "codec pack" was downloaded from mplayerhq.hu long ago.