[gstreamer-bugs] [Bug 519460] Missed 16byte in AVI header
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GStreamer | gst-plugins-base | Ver: 0.10.x
------- Comment #18 from Wang Diancheng 2008-05-19 01:41 UTC -------
(In reply to comment #17)
> The former of the above commits should have fixed the segment warning, as it
> should prevent sinks from doing fancy/nasty stuff with segments, such as
> forcing the format to TIME and complaining later on about BYTE seeks (see also
> bug 519878). The other one is unrelated.
> In any case, neither deals with any extra bytes in the header.
> MS specs mainly intend these rcFrame fields for use with for several video
> streams, in which case it indicates the rectangle within the movie rectangle
> specified by the main (avi) header. As such, I suspect another "solution"
> (e.g. mencoder) is to simply add 2 (int32) 0 (size gives the others). But even
> as it stands, I have known the resulting files to play on Windows (IIRC
> including WMP), as also indicated by other reports. And one would assume these
> players essentially come down to the same (MS) libs.
> In view of this, how does "only affects Helix" (on Windows?) in Comment #10
> relate to "some players in MS windows" in Comment #2, and that in turn to
> "can't be played in most player in the MS Windows" in the original report ?
sorry, it is my mistake, only Helix(on GNU/Linux) can not play files missing 16
bytes in AVI header. MS Windows Media Player is OK.
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