Real-time buffer full! Frame dropped!

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gurkensalat
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Real-time buffer full! Frame dropped!

Post by gurkensalat » Tue Jan 03, 2012 3:34 pm

Hi everyone,

i use ffmpeg on windows and use the following line to capture my desktopscreen:

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ffmpeg -f dshow -i video=screen-capture-recorder -r 24000/1001 -q 1 out.avi
Everything works perfect with that. But i want .mp4 videos and a lower frame rate. I think 24000/1001 is 24fps? I just need 10fps.
So I thought I use something like that:

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ffmpeg -f dshow -i video=screen-capture-recorder -r 10000/1001 -q 1 out.mp4
But as I use this command a lot of errors appear that say: real-time buffer 258% full! frame dropped!

that continues forever.. Can anybody help me out please? I don't know what i am doing wrong. Thanks a lot guys!

ramiro
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Re: Real-time buffer full! Frame dropped!

Post by ramiro » Fri Jan 06, 2012 2:46 pm

try -r prior to -i

gurkensalat
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Re: Real-time buffer full! Frame dropped!

Post by gurkensalat » Mon Jan 16, 2012 8:38 am

What do you mean? Like this?

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ffmpeg -f dshow -i video=screen-capture-recorder -r 10000/1001 -q 1 out.mp4
This does not work either. But I think I couldn't understand what you mean.

ramiro
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Re: Real-time buffer full! Frame dropped!

Post by ramiro » Mon Jan 16, 2012 1:36 pm

-f dshow -r 10000/1001 -i video-screen-capture-recorder

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