Vlc Error Pts Is Out Of Range
Thanks Graham Only way I ever got WMV to work is with MP3 and ASF as the sound and transport. Any reason why when I stream livetv the shows seem to be saved to the video library? Logged FAQ maintainer, general propaganda person, mascot ;P Anonymous Guest how do I get this to work on a mac? « Reply #6 on: December 15, 2005, 06:22:42 PM » Quote I have installed all restricted video formats including w32codecs but still no joy.
Logged mac_user Guest So why use WMV9 format? « Reply #10 on: December 30, 2005, 12:55:00 PM » Quote I just DLed my 2nd >3 GB file from bitTorrent community that Here's a clip of what VLC's log put out:main debug: CPU has capabilities AltiVec FPU main debug: looking for memcpy module: 2 candidatesmain debug: using memcpy module "memcpyaltivec"main debug: waiting for Any reason why when I stream livetv the shows seem to be saved to the video library? In any case, for playback on a Mac, we recommend MPlayer. http://superuser.com/questions/550716/what-does-pts-is-out-of-range-mean-to-vlc
Today, I got VLC working towards iPAQ with regular Windows CE and Windows Media and QuickTime using transcoding (towards mpeg1 mux) and HTTP streaming. This doesn't seem to be happening for me. just where did you get that "half" from?
Some get audio but no video. VLC-server is running VLC in CVS > (last update about a week ago), Windows client is laters VLC. > > Any suggestions? h264 mkv files in particular are very finicky. dumbass wvm9 is a codec and does not == .wmv Logged Reply Print Pages:  2 3 4 « previous next » CCCP Project Forums > CCCP > Playback Help >
iamtetsuo2006-05-06, 17:26As you have noticed .mkv's are finicky, they usually work with either VLC or Mplayer but hardly ever both. check what it is before you download, or just don't complain if you were too lazy to do so3. Is M$ paying you to use the format? https://mailman.videolan.org/pipermail/vlc-devel/2003-July/007607.html AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition Thuban 3.2GHz ASUS M4A89GTD PRO/USB3 Motherboard 16 GB RAM Windows 7 Pro x64 PVR Software: NPVR 3.5.7 2 HDHomeRun Tuners 1TB eSATA HD 16MB
of Audio Channels: 2 [0x9da2e68] scaletempo audio filter warning: bad input or output format [0x9da2e68] main audio filter warning: no audio filter module matching "scaletempo" could be loaded [0x9d489d8] main decoder A different PTS is expected by the decoder then was present. Can someone test the following?File: http://flightpass.higherplaneproduction … -_W640.wmvStream: http://18.104.22.168:80/ParliamentTV-HQ?MSWMExt=.asfFor both file and stream (I believe both use ASF), with vlc -v the out put is[0x94678f0] main libvlc: Running vlc with the Is there any way to bring an egg to its natural state (not boiled) after you cook it?
Anyway, there is still one point : how to do a precise selection of the type of renderer that we want ? http://forums.nextpvr.com/showthread.php?34914-VLC-Streaming-problems-PTS-is-out-of-range If you don't realize that Mac users (who want to watch anime on it too) are a minority, then that's your problem.3. Definatly download and try out the new version! This could be, because when the servers (vlc- streamer) computer is waiting too fill up it packets (because of a huge MTU) the client (decoder) advances in time.
I personally think the the manual settings using MPEG-4 codec with MPEG-4 audio and the H264 Video Encoder engine provides the best results. I have yet to see this one, though: main warning: buffer is 106256 late, triggering upsampling main warning: output date isn't PTS date, requesting resampling (-44250) This "warning" is likely the Yep....because what happens when you initiate a stream is the following: You click on Stream Now This starts a recording of the show you want to stream VLC is started and The time now is 04:31 AM.
Why does that happen? To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Usually when a computer is too slow for decoding the given stream, but in you case it might well be some other reason. Thanks again.
Files deleted. Chichi2006-05-06, 20:46Upon downloading the new update for VLC a different warning has appeared, and instigates a warning window every time I switch from different durations of the movie. I'm guessing a Linux distro and alsa... –Dennis Feb 13 '13 at 19:40 Linux and Pulse. –Evan Carroll Feb 13 '13 at 19:51 add a comment| 1 Answer 1
Offline #2 2013-03-06 15:39:17 Kilzool Member From: Ireland Registered: 2010-08-04 Posts: 228 Re: VLC and WMV files, ASF streams audio problem.
Usually when a computer is too slow for decoding the given stream, but in you case it might well be some other reason. > Is this related to the problems with What does PTS stand for? Thank you. Already a thread about this:https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=159015 Offline Pages: 1 Index »Applications & Desktop Environments »VLC and WMV files, ASF streams audio problem.
My partner is a teacher and has downloaded some videos from a teacher's resource site but can't seem to play them in Ubuntu. Just static for sound. For Transcoding, WMV/MP4A/MPEG-TS seems to work the most reliably. VLC-server is running VLC in CVS (last update about a week ago), Windows client is laters VLC.
Please learn to use fair codecs or at least have the decency to label your files correctly. A different PTS is expected by the decoder then was present. It uses the librsvg2 library from GNOME (hence it has the same limitations), but works fairly well. Any ideas?
In MPlayer, as far as I can tell, it works perfectly fine. I've tried 128/256/512 and they all do the same. CCCP is not an anime release group, it's a playback pack. A huge difference from 0.8.4, VLC dropped a couple of frames here and there but most of the blockiness and other garbage that used to be common on h.264 playback is
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I tried a reference MPEG2 multicasted with our Cisco IPTV and IBM VideoCharger, but videolan can not show these streams either (with regular MTU), whereas fe. I'v never had any problems with a DivX file with VLC. You may have to register before you can post. I have the same issue, just static.I can't downgrade either, as vlc 2.0.5-3 requires 'qt' (which was updated to qt4)firewalker wrote:Some days ago I noticed that Vlc can't play the audio