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|0001791||Kdenlive||MLT||public||2010-09-01 11:10||2010-09-22 09:38|
|Product Version||Recent git|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0001791: Severe Audio stuttering issues, also in rendered file|
|Description||Maybe this is an ffmpeg bug?|
Audio of rendered result is unusable.
1. Download the totally hig-quality sample video below (should be uploaded in ca. 1 h)
http://granjow.net/uploads/bugs/audio-stuttering-sample.avi [^] (94 MB)
2. Create a new project (Video is 720p, 24 fps)
3. Add it to the timeline and play the file from the beginning.
The sound from the wooden stick at 03:12 sounds perfectly fine.
4. Now crop about 3.5 seconds from the start of the clip.
Play the project from the beginning. At 3:12 the sound will echo multiple times.
5. Render to a file. Same problem.
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|Build/Install Method||Manual build from SVN|
edited on: 2010-09-02 10:51
I was able to work around a very similar issue by manually remuxing the quicktime files created by a Canon EOS into avi files using ffmpeg like this:
for f in *mov ; do ffmpeg -i $f -vcodec copy -acodec copy $f.avi ; done
After this, my audio sounds accurate (though I have yet to render a clip that actually plays OK with most players - only mplayer does a decent job currently).
It may be worth pointing out that the audio thumbnails have been accurate all the time, but playback and rendering both output stretches of audio repeated, then skip some.
Cannot reproduce, or I do not hear it ;)
Does this also happen when playing with "in" set in melt?
Or when seeking in ffplay?
Anyways how do you crop 3.5 seconds and then listen to 3:12?
I put the clip to the beginning of the timeline, press Play. When it reaches about 4 or 5 seconds I click to 3:09 (09 = frame 9, not 0.09 seconds) so the cursor jumps to 3:09 and continues playing from there. Reverbs like in a big cave.
When resizing the beginning by dragging it to 3:09, placing the cursor before the start of the clip, and pressing play again: reverbs again.
Audible as well with
melt audio-stuttering-sample.avi in=84
|@ttill, can you reproduce it now?|
sorry, forgot about that report.
I did also notice it now.
However playing it like this "ffplay audio-suttering-sample.mp4 -ss 3" does not have audio at the problematic scene at all. Not sure if this is related to ffplay's seeking capabilities though.
|I am not able to download the entire file. Only shows about 1sec when loaded. Tried downloading 3 times, third time with wget.|
Tried as well right before, no problem.
98495052 1. Sep 11:26 audio-stuttering-sample.avi
|2010-09-01 11:10||Granjow||New Issue|
|2010-09-02 10:50||sterna||Note Added: 0005750|
|2010-09-02 10:51||sterna||Note Edited: 0005750||View Revisions|
|2010-09-06 22:28||ttill||Note Added: 0005802|
|2010-09-06 22:28||ttill||Status||new => feedback|
|2010-09-13 18:37||Granjow||Note Added: 0005831|
|2010-09-13 18:37||Granjow||Status||feedback => new|
|2010-09-18 17:19||Granjow||Note Added: 0005854|
|2010-09-18 18:44||ttill||Note Added: 0005855|
|2010-09-22 05:40||ddennedy||Note Added: 0005881|
|2010-09-22 09:38||Granjow||Note Added: 0005894|
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