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I am rewrapping an HLS stream as an mxf file. The HLS is 1080p59.94 10bit 4:2:2. The mxf is a video codec copy and an audio conversion to pcm. The stream has video timecode burn-in for me to watch the video frames. Here is the command

ffmpeg -i "https://myinput/index.m3u8" -f segment -timecode "01:01:01:00" -segment_time 600 -reset_timestamps 1 -c:v copy output_%03d.mxf

I get the following non-fatal error

"Application provided invalid, non monotonically increasing dts to muxer in stream 1"

The file is still created, however. In VLC the file plays correctly frame by frame. But in Adobe premiere when I play frame by frame I get video stuttering and I see the timecode burn in plays in a sequence like this... 3 frames ahead, then 2 frames back... so the frame sequence would be something like ;03 ;01 ;02 ;06 ;04 ;05 ;09 ;07 ;08

It's almost like Premiere does not know how to order the frames back together but VLC does. Any thoughts on how I might change the command to reorder the dts monotonically?

When I wrap to a .ts file I don't get this issue in Premiere, but I need MXF because Premiere can play an MXF file as a growing file.

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  • I would need the input HLS package and the output MXF file. Jun 22, 2023 at 17:02
  • @MarkusSchumann Here is an example stream ffplay -i https://547f72e6652371c3.mediapackage.us-east-1.amazonaws.com/out/v1/3fc62e3339d54d9786d176453584c594/index.m3u8 -live_start_index -1 Here is an example output mxf I created. testbucket-forstackoverflow.s3.amazonaws.com/…
    – arlovande
    Jun 24, 2023 at 1:24

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