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Transcoding .wtv H264


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Fresh Emby install, same problem.

 

I'm no expert, but it still seems like an ffmpeg issue to me.  If I compare transcoding logs from an H264 (does not work) file to an MPEG2 file (does work), there is a vast difference.  The H264 log is littered with various errors like:

 

[h264 @ 0000000000612460] non-existing PPS 0 referenced
[h264 @ 0000000000612460] decode_slice_header error
[h264 @ 0000000000612460] no frame!

 

[NULL @ 00000000005b7000] Packet header is not contained in global extradata, corrupted stream or invalid MP4/AVCC bitstream

[NULL @ 00000000005b7000] Failed to open bitstream filter h264_mp4toannexb for stream 0 with codec copy: Invalid argument
frame=   69 fps=0.0 q=-1.0 size=      75kB time=00:00:03.05 bitrate= 202.2kbits/s speed=6.11x  

 

Is this kind of output normal?

 

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it is doing a stream copy on the h264 when it probably should be re-encoding. do we know if their video is interlaced or not?

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mediainfo won't read .wtv.

 

Play it in WMC and hit 411 > Info on your remote while it is playing. You need to scroll down to about page 4 or 5 so do it quickly, you only have 42 seconds unless you have the full length file for a little more time.

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Here is a sample .wtv file: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Byi_EhSH0IdWTFh2LXBYSUZZV3c/view?usp=sharing

 

Perhaps someone with a similar setup can drop this into their 'Recorded TV' folder and test it?  That would help eliminate the case that something is wonky on my machine.

A little late to the party.....

 

Plays in WMC win7, Emby html in Vivaldi, Android tab over WAN.  I would say there is nothing wrong with the .wtv file

 

What browser are you using to open Emby with?

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