Currently, ffmpeg supports starting a HLS output with EXT-X-DISCONTINUITY,
which is useful.
But I'm reading a continous input from MPEGTS RTP signal, which sometimes
as a discontinuity in it.
When this happens, ffmpeg stalls and stops. If it's in the range specified
by dts_delta_threshold, it keeps going, though incorrectly from a HLS
standpoint (because it doesn't emit a EXT-X-DISCONTINUITY when the change
Since this middle-discontinuity is supported by HLS (also by the input),
could ffmpeg recognize this and emit the correct mark for the output?