[gst-devel] How to save an ogv stream in a file
Benjamin M. Schwartz
bmschwar at fas.harvard.edu
Wed Jul 7 05:20:24 CEST 2010
OK. The problem is that your file represents 10 seconds from about 27:40
to 27:50. In Ogg terms, your "basetime" is 27:40. The Cortado applet
shows the entire 27:50 range in the seek bar. There are two solutions.
1. Change the basetime. You can do this using the oggz-basetime tool
from the oggz tools (liboggz) ... but oggz-basetime isn't compiled by
default or shipped by most distros, so you'll have to compile it yourself.
2. Use the latest Cortado from Git, which fixes this problem by starting
the seek bar at the basetime ... which also means you have to use a
pre-release .jar of Cortado. I happen to have a build environment set up
for it, so here's a special jar built from HEAD, just for you:
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