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Thread: Timecode out, timecodes jumping?

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Mar 2012

    Default Timecode out, timecodes jumping?

    What does this mean?

    System specs:

    We changed the Java heap size to 8000 like recommended.

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    Join Date
    May 2011


    The "Timecode out of order" message generally indicates an encoder issue. It also could be an issue when the machine CPU utilization, or GPU utilization, is maxed out. Tuning could also resolve it, although it sounds like you have already tuned. To debug, see How to debug AAC or MP3 timecode issues with cupertino packetization. Try using Advanced Stream Monitor which will monitor streams and reset them if they become unhealthy. If you see this message immediately after the stream is published before packetization starts, it can be ignored. Also, this article lists some logging messages and common causes and suggested fixes.


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