avimux problem with big files
ronny.jimenez at ridgerun.com
Fri Apr 29 00:37:25 UTC 2016
I have been working with a PC pipeline to record a simple pattern into an
avi file. I used this as easier way to develop in an embedded system,
although the same happens on PC or in embedded. My GStreamer version is:
gst-launch-1.0 version 1.2.4, GStreamer 1.2.4
What I see is that, when trying to reproduce the file with either GStreamer
or VLC, or Media Player in Ubuntu, all of those detect a total video time
smaller than the time that actually was taken to record the file. For
instance, I use is the next pipeline to record a video, please notice the
amount of buffers on the videotestsrc is equal to 333039, so If I set the
framerate to be 25 fps, the total time of recording shouldn't be 3,700433333
(3 hours 42 minutes) hours???? So, when I reproduce the file using GStreamer
or VLC, both reports a total time of 3 hours, 7 minutes. Which is 35 minutes
less than the supposed value.
The pipeline used to record the file is this:
GST_DEBUG_FILE=recorded.log GST_DEBUG=*avimux*:4 gst-launch-1.0 videotestsrc
! queue ! mux. audiotestsrc num-buffers=555000 ! audioconvert !
'audio/x-raw,rate=44100,channels=2' ! queue ! mux. avimux name=mux !
Attached is the file *recorded.log* of the debug output. I have double
checked and the avimux's property bigfile for openDML is set by default on
true, which is, AFAIK, the one that allows recording of avi files bigger tan
* bigfile : Support for openDML-2.0 (big) AVI files
flags: readable, writable
Boolean. Default: true*
The version of the avimux is also 1.2.4:
Plugin Details: Name avi Description AVI stream handling
Source module gst-plugins-good
Source release date 2014-04-18
Binary package GStreamer Good Plugins (Ubuntu)
Am I missing something? Is this a restriction of the AVI format, even in
If anyone could help, that would be gratefully appreciated.
Thanks in advance!
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