[gstreamer-bugs] [Bug 578052] gstavidemux: support seeking and duration query in default format
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Tue Apr 7 11:40:01 PDT 2009
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------- Comment #2 from LRN 2009-04-07 18:40 UTC -------
Seems to be accurate enough. I've tested it on AVI file (v2.0) and it seemed
that it seeks accurately - i've written a test app that enables seeking (with
GUI) and dumps video frames as png images. With it i was able to seek to a
random frame N in the middle of the stream, then let it play 10 or more frames,
then seek to a frame N+10, let it dump it and kill the application. Then i
compared 10th frame taken after 1st seek and 1st frame taken after 2nd seek.
They were the same.
With http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=578278 (which enables my test
app to show frame numbers instead of '-1's) i was able to see the numbers, and
i can confirm that it seeks exactly to the frame specified by user.
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