[Matroska-devel] MatroskaSplitter Sound-skip Bug Fixed in the one with TTADS?
Liisachan at faireal.net
Fri Jul 9 05:05:02 CEST 2004
TTA support in MKV is already better than FLAC in MKV.
Now, MatrosaSplitter 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52 has a skippy sound prob,
which I already posted in this list but had been also reporeted
here as--[ 908300 ] MPC: internal Matroska-Splitter broken:
I can reproduce this skippy sound prob with (official) 184.108.40.206
embedded in MPC, when I play (xvid+tta).mkv.
# Small sample (xvid+tta).mkv for testing just in case:
This problem is gone if I use the "modified" 220.127.116.11 splitter
coming with TTA DirectShow Filters pre-version binaries
(including modified Matroska filters). Modified splitter is
supporting TTA, so this is not surprising.
What *is* surprising is, this problem is also fixed if I use the
old version 18.104.22.168 of the splitter. Yes, 22.214.171.124 splits TTA in
Does that mean the skippy sound bug is fixed in this modified
filter? Or is this just accidental?!
Also let me note that 126.96.36.199 has another kind of bug (chapter
times confusion), which is reporeted by Yuuhi, Bluedan, and me:
Anyway, if these bugs are going to be fixed at the same time
when TTA is officially supported, that'd be really great.
"Igor Janos" <janos at radlight.com> wrote:
> Another problem found. When implementing subtitle support I've found out
> that there is some problem with the splitter when not all pins are
> connected. I get lockups :Z.... the strange thing is that when I seek at
> some place the lockup the lockup is gone and the file plays ok.... it just
> does not work from the beginning :(
> who is in charge of the splitter ? ... since my school semester has ended I
> have quite a lot of time for coding.. perhaps I could take a look if you
> "Liisachan" <Liisachan at faireal.net> wrote in message
> news:20040622121742AX6bkj at faireal.net...
> > this is a (probable) bug report,
> > from users in Japan.
> > i ve just posted this for them at
> > http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=78474
> > because they are too shy to do that by themselves...
> > Is this a known problem?
> > -----
> > MatroskaSplitter 188.8.131.52+ Potentially Buggy?
> > MatroskaSplitter 184.108.40.206 / 220.127.116.11 doesn't report the accurate fps to the
> downstream filter such as ffdshow, or to BsPlayer; it says the framerate is
> 25 even if the correct value is like 24 or 30. This doesnt seem to cause any
> major problems atm, but some users report minor, occasional jitters which
> allegedly will be fixed by using the older MatroskaSplitter. (I personally
> have not ever experienced this jitter problem.) So we should assume that the
> newer versions (18.104.22.168+) are potentially problematic in some ways.
> > The current version is 22.214.171.124. Matroska_Pack_Full_v1.0.2.exe contains
> that version too.
> > These pics demonstrate what is happening:
> > http://m17n.cool.ne.jp/matroska/splitter-problem.html
> > Can anyone confirm this please?
> > I know Gabest is not around much these days, but if there IS a problem, I
> hope itll be fixed before "Matroska 1.0" is out...
> > -----
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