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Thread: wowza4.4.1: getStartTimecode() & getMaxTimecode()

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    Default wowza4.4.1: getStartTimecode() & getMaxTimecode()

    Hi,

    I am trying to find a duration of the stream for rtmp and hls.

    I see that the

    IMediaStream.getMaxTimecode()
    returns a duration of the stream. (possibly rtmp? if the incoming stream is rmtp)

    and

    LiveStreamPacketizerCupertinoChunk.getStartTimecode()
    for each TsChunk's start time in milliseconds duration from the first ts chunk(0)


    My question are,

    1. is this two timeCode are synced?
    (I understand that there is a delay between the two but are they counted in the same way based on the same stream? or counted individually?)

    2. it looks like
    LiveStreamPacketizerCupertinoChunk.getStartTimecode()
    might be just a sum of each ts's duration... is it a sum of the ts chunk's duration or the actual timecode


    Thank you
    Oli

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    Hello Oli

    1) These two are not synced, and the answer to number 2 covers the reason for that.

    2) The LiveStreamPacketizerCupertinoChunk.getStartTimecode() returns the sum of each ts file's duration in milliseconds.

    Regards,
    Jason Hatchett

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