Ticket #1065: H.264-AVC_(Transport_Stream)_incorrect_framerate_recognition.txt

File H.264-AVC_(Transport_Stream)_incorrect_framerate_recognition.txt, 2.0 KB (added by L.H.V.F., 5 years ago)
3I am noticing an problem with .ts (BDAV - BluRay derivated library videos), in particular an video that I have captured with my set-top-box, it have wrong recognition by part of FFmpeg lib (this I have verified also with latest stable build ffmpeg-git-1eabd71-win32-static), and the problem persists. Could somebody of this Team of Developers analyse what causes the problem with framerate recognition?
7ID : 212 (0xD4)
8Menu ID : 59233 (0xE761)
9Format : AVC
10Format/Info : Advanced Video Codec
11Format profile : Main@L3.0
12Format settings, CABAC : Yes
13Format settings, ReFrames : 4 frames
14Codec ID : 27
15Duration : 48s 65ms
16Width : 720 pixels
17Height : 480 pixels
18Display aspect ratio : 4:3
19Frame rate : 29.970 fps
20Standard : NTSC
21Color space : YUV
22Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0
23Bit depth : 8 bits
24Scan type : Interlaced
25Scan order : Top Field First
26Color primaries : BT.601-6 525, BT.1358 525, BT.1700 NTSC, SMPTE 170M
27Transfer characteristics : BT.601-6 525, BT.601-6 625, BT.1358 525, BT.1358 625, BT.1700 NTSC, SMPTE 170M
28Matrix coefficients : BT.601-6 525, BT.1358 525, BT.1700 NTSC, SMPTE 170M
30, but unfortunately by FFmpeg, for example, with ffplay, recognizes that the video has 59,940 fps, as the double. Various program, that I know, possibly using FFmpeg, are having the same problem. If the video had been "59, 940 fps" or above, I'm not able to open and play in my CRT television (maximum supported according of my researches is 30.000 fs). An good program, that I have used for convert the same videos for DVD, is Freemake Video Converter, but this program need several updates (as.NET Framework 4.0 and xp SP3, and it is for new and adapted computers). The video crashes, and is impossible a good conversion, for example for DVD, by several programs. I hope that be possible to correct the mentioned problem, because the video is made with proprieatary codec libs (H.264, and Blu-Ray - BDAV) , and maybe is not fully supported by FFmpeg. 
32I thank return, and possible correction, for all type system compilations.
35L.H.V.F. .