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Name Size Revision Age Author Comment
Makefile 362 Bytes 5b504d3f almost 11 years Csaba Kiraly added program to remove chunks from a file
README 767 Bytes 4c3f1891 almost 11 years Csaba Kiraly added some readme files
input-avs.c 1.92 KB bbc3dabb almost 11 years Csaba Kiraly fixed chunk buffer: it was too small
input.c 922 Bytes 5b504d3f almost 11 years Csaba Kiraly added program to remove chunks from a file
input.h 136 Bytes 5b504d3f almost 11 years Csaba Kiraly added program to remove chunks from a file
lost.c 599 Bytes 77d16818 almost 11 years Csaba Kiraly fixed segfault with max chunks lost too low
lost.h 56 Bytes 5b504d3f almost 11 years Csaba Kiraly added program to remove chunks from a file
lost.txt 26 Bytes 5b504d3f almost 11 years Csaba Kiraly added program to remove chunks from a file
main.c 1.09 KB 1f4b6c63 almost 11 years Csaba Kiraly added statistics output to cutter
output.c 589 Bytes 5b504d3f almost 11 years Csaba Kiraly added program to remove chunks from a file
output.h 139 Bytes 5b504d3f almost 11 years Csaba Kiraly added program to remove chunks from a file

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bbc3dabb 06/29/2009 03:48 PM Csaba Kiraly

fixed chunk buffer: it was too small

77d16818 06/29/2009 10:46 AM Csaba Kiraly

fixed segfault with max chunks lost too low

1f4b6c63 06/26/2009 02:22 PM Csaba Kiraly

added statistics output to cutter

4c3f1891 06/26/2009 11:40 AM Csaba Kiraly

added some readme files

5b504d3f 06/26/2009 11:31 AM Csaba Kiraly

added program to remove chunks from a file

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README


here is an utility that removes a set of chunks from a video stream. If you compile it with "make", it considers fixed-sized chunks (in bytes). Run it as main [] the default chunk size (if not specified) is about 24KB, which should correspond to 1s of video at 200kbps. lost.txt contains an example of "lost chunks file". If you compile it with "make FFDIR=", it considers a chunk as a GOP. The command line is the same as above, but in this case the chunk size must be specified as 0. The program currently reads video ESs and saves video ESs (so, we have no "container timestamps"). To generate a test mpeg4 ES, run ffmpeg -i -b k -f m4v .m4v

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