And set the pts to (second * 1000 + ms) then I should get the proper
spread of frames and a variable framerate, no?
The question there is, will ffmpeg display the frames for the correct
duration based on when the next frame is to be displayed?
On Dec 15, 2007, at 5:59 PM, Riley Berton wrote:
> I am attempting to use ffmpeg to create a variable frame rate (VFR)
> WMV video with no audio.
> Can someone point me to an example of the correct usage of
> AVPacket.pts/dts and the codec.time_base
> to make a WMV that uses timestamps on each frame to determine when
> they are displayed?
> The docs I have read only give info on a fixed frame rate.
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