as well as enabling the ability to supply custom commandline arguments.
Seeking before input is not sample accurate. It's usually only frame accurate.
Not sample accurate seeking and length reporting.
conditional inaccurate/accurate seeking.
Quote from: Peter on 13 November, 2017, 08:21:44 AMconditional inaccurate/accurate seeking.It seems i can't find condition when inaccurate/fast seeking is used Maybe it is possible to add option in component preferences to force inaccurate seeking?
It seems format name field cannot be empty. In wiki says -> Leave this field empty to show FFmpeg-reported codec name as "codec" info.Do I get it wrong? Sorry, I'm bad in English
If you just play a standalone file and use the seekbar, fast seeking is what you get - which you can verify with the console, -ss goes before -i
Uncheck:Preferences / Advanced / Playback / Slow but accurate seeking (affects some music formats only)
The way that format name is handled now is not nice. To be able to see how ffmpeg detects all formats, I must keep a long column of "unnamed" formats - not convenient when I need to edit something - which "unnamed" chould I doubleclick? It should work like this: Format name is just user description and should be MANDATORY. Then, there should be checkbox named "report formats as detected by ffmpeg instead by Format Name field". And checking this will cause that despite I named my format "MPEG-2 Video Containers" I will see "MP2" in my status bar or related column in playlist.