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WMAPRO r22146 SVN Broken?
#31
yes it's fixed in latest ffmpeg but that does not mean we have updated it. something i doubt will happen this side of next release. encode to a sane format instead - problem fixed.
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#32
spiff Wrote:yes it's fixed in latest ffmpeg but that does not mean we have updated it. something i doubt will happen this side of next release. encode to a sane format instead - problem fixed.

But I remember that just before 22215 there were no problems at all. Isn't it possible to revert back to something that might work?

It wouldn't be a good idea postponing the ability of playing wmv and wma to another further release since wmv files are very common. I really hope you'll find a solution for this.
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#33
i can play the few wmv's i have i.e. my pr0n still works fine. that's the only thing wmv is used for afaik ;P or stinking drm'd crap but those i consider corrupt.

if i can contribute to them being slightly less common, i'd rather sit tight :>

on a more serious note, i'll air an ffmpeg update with the rest of the guys, see what we agree on. no promises
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#34
OK, yes, you got me, the WMVs are indeed porn. For some reason almost all porn comes in WMV format. I don't know why either.

Thanks for continuing to follow up!
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#35
Whats the policy on ffmpeg patches? Would you accept a patch that simply synced wmaprodec.c with SVN?
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#36
no. it wouldn't even work since our ffmpeg is from before wmapro was added officially, and hence hold on old encoder under the name wma3dec.c
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#37
While I'm not familiar with the xbmc checkout, presumably I'd just have to rename the ffmpeg file before running diff?

Or do you mean a patch isn't welcome regardless?
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#38
patches are always welcome Smile
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#39
see if your pr0n works better in r23484 (linux/osx only - dlls will follow soon i'm sure). if it does, please do not think of me while enjoying/creating the, ehrm, spills.
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#40
Nope, exact same issues as before.

WMAPRO audio may work now, but WMV videos don't.

Code:
xbmc.bin: libavformat/utils.c:1414: av_gen_search: Assertion `pos_limit <= pos_max' failed.
Aborted

to stderr on crash. I can generate full debuglogs if you want them, although I don't anticipate any difference from before.
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#41
you need to take those issues upstream - those are ffmpeg demuxer asserts and not something i can do anything about. you could try and comment the assert and see what happens for laughs..
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#42
Shrug, ffplay/mplayer/vlc/totem/etc all play and seek through these files fine. To my untutored eyes, it seems very clear that the problem is how dvdplayer uses ffmpeg, not ffmpeg itself.
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#43
rodalpho Wrote:Shrug, ffplay/mplayer/vlc/totem/etc all play and seek through these files fine. To my untutored eyes, it seems very clear that the problem is how dvdplayer uses ffmpeg, not ffmpeg itself.

Same here. Only dvdplayer has this problem. A workaround would be to use the extendedplayer function for 9.10 to nicely play wmv content instead.
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#44
mplayer, vlc and totem have separate demuxers. ffplay is the only one i care about of those and i always have the same behaviour there. bad seeks, asserts. remember your average distro package is obviously compiled with -DNDEBUG.

i'm not saying there aren't bugs/issues, just that i haven't found one that isn't reproducable in ffplay yet.
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#45
I just tested ffplay again to make sure I wasn't totally crazy, and sure enough it successfully plays and seeks through files that XBMC can't. Tons of errors like below to stderr, but it plays/seeks through the file.

Code:
[asf @ 0x9f0a220]ignoring invalid packet_obj_size (5731 2217 4424 12588)
[asf @ 0x9f0a220]ignoring invalid packet_obj_size (7948 2207 4424 12588)
[asf @ 0x9f0a220]freeing incomplete packet size 12588, new 4911
[asf @ 0x9f0a220]freeing incomplete packet size 5385, new 12588
overflow in spectral RLE, ignoring
[asf @ 0x9f0a220]freeing incomplete packet size 4707, new 4720
[asf @ 0x9f0a220]freeing incomplete packet size 4373, new 4443
[asf @ 0x9f0a220]ignoring invalid packet_obj_size (8173 4157 4157 12374)
[asf @ 0x9f0a220]freeing incomplete packet size 12374, new 4299
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