I’m looking for some help explaining the timecodes when using wowza to convert an MPEG-TS (over udp) to a RTMP push into a Flash Media Server.
The PushPublish module has publisher.setSendOriginalTimecodes(…).
If set to true, where in the MPEG-TS do the timecodes come from?
If set to false, how are the timecodes generated?
The CDN is stating they are seeing timecode issues in the FMS logs. It may be causing issues to stability.
This is the log from the FMS:
013-06-27 20:09:31 22494 (w)2611179 Warning from libf4f.so: [Utils] [stream1] [stream1] FMS F4F recording received timestamps with absolute time flowing backward lastTime held was 31690848 and the most recent arrived was 31690153. This message is being ignored - recording will continue.
Adobe has told me that the message above is in refference to the DTS in the PES. Is the anything in Wowza that can alter the DTS or other timecodes/timestamps? I’m not using any transcoding at this time, just MPEG-TS (udp) in and RTMP (PushPublish) out.
Thank you for the help.