an example file: https://www.mediafire.com/file/7o0xddmqqrk30x3/could+not+open+the+file.ts/file
I've tested it on stable 2.7.8 and nightly 2.7.9r210905.
In-band video codec extradata (MPEG-TS files have only in-band extradata) in this sample contains no timing information, therefore we cannot determine frame rate and fail to load this video without some manual help: if you have an idea what the FPS of the stream should be (it looks to have variable frame rate), you can edit the
line in the corresponding generated .idx2 file to e.g.
or a different, better matching value (30000 means 30 frames per second). Avidemux would be able to open the file then.
Thanks you for the tip!
It would be convenient if Avidemux automatically fixes(workaround) the idx2.
As you said, if the fps is non-zero(any number), the file will open.
But I don't notice a difference no matter what number I put in fps.
Quote from: pulbitz on September 09, 2021, 08:42:38 AMBut I don't notice a difference no matter what number I put in fps.
I may notice the difference when you try to save (to remux) the stream.