FFPROBE reporting all I-Frames as Keyframes

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FFPROBE reporting all I-Frames as Keyframes

Edilson
So, as the subject describes, FFPROBE analysis reports thatall I-Frames in a TS file are keyframes.

Running the same analysis on a professional MPEG-TS file analyzer,it shows that the keyframes are in the interval of 2s, just as configured onthe encoder, and the rest of the frames are regular (non IDR).


 
ffprobe -v quiet -print_format json -show_format -show_frames -show_streams -unit -select_streams v "D:\CH621.ts" > "D:\CH621.ts.json" -skip_frame nointra


 
The above output is attached.


Can someone help me understand why?
Thanks!
 
Edilson


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Re: FFPROBE reporting all I-Frames as Keyframes

Carl Eugen Hoyos-2
2018-08-01 19:16 GMT+02:00, Edilson <[hidden email]>:
> So, as the subject describes, FFPROBE analysis reports thatall I-Frames in a
> TS file are keyframes.
>
> Running the same analysis on a professional MPEG-TS file analyzer,it shows
> that the keyframes are in the interval of 2s, just as configured onthe
> encoder, and the rest of the frames are regular (non IDR).

Input sample and complete, uncut console output missing.

Carl Eugen
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