Hi!

I'm reading a video file and, for each frame, the program prints the frame index and its dimension. It starts just fine, but after the frame #1694, the VXL library prints some messages, like "seek went into the future!", until the end of the video. Here's part of the output of my program:

0: 320x240
1: 320x240
2: 320x240
3: 320x240
...
1690: 320x240
1691: 320x240
1692: 320x240
1693: 320x240
1694: 320x240
[mpeg4 @ 0xb531b7a0]releasing zombie picture
Warning: seek went into the future!
1695: 320x240
Warning: seek went into the future!
1696: 320x240
Warning: seek went into the future!
...
1720: 320x240
Warning: seek went into the future!
1721: 320x240
Warning: seek went into the future!
1722: 320x240
1723: 320x240
vidl_mpegcodec::~vidl_mpegcodec. entering
first frame number in memory is: 0
frame_buffer DTOR. entering.
frame_buffer DTOR. exiting.
vidl_mpegcodec::~vidl_mpegcodec. exiting

The video has 1724 frames, so it doesn't seem to be seeking into the future, as the library says. Any ideas of what might be happening? I still didn't start to use the actual images of the frames, so I don't know yet if this will cause me trouble, or if this warning isn't affecting me at all.

Thanks!

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Crístian Deives dos Santos Viana [aka CD1]
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