Some Questions on Time Delta between Frame Display and Frame Capture. Thoughts?
I have few questions about FPS while recording a video.
Suppose, I am capturing a video by recording my desktop. The video is
playing at 60 FPS. My frame rate for capturing is also set at 60 FPS.
Ideally, at 60 FPS, each of the subsequent frames is 16.6 msec apart. For
this scenario, I have the following questions:
1. Does FFmpeg record desktop at the refresh rate of the LCD, like whenever
a new frame is displayed, does it captures it right away or it records at
its own set fixed rate?
2. What is the likely delta between the time (t1) when a frame of the video
appears on LCD and the time (t2) when the FFmpeg captures? For example,
since the inter-frame interval is 16.6 msec, in the worse case, is it
possible that t2-t1 is approximately 16 msec?
3. If the answer to question (2) is yes, then how do we address this issue
to reduce this delta?
One top-of-the-head solution to question 3 is to record a video at a higher
frame-rate, say 120 FPS. However, if this works, it will reduce the error
What are better approaches to address this problem?
Re: Some Questions on Time Delta between Frame Display and Frame Capture. Thoughts?
> I think you need to take a step back. You have your nose on a specific
> issue, but you have neglected to explain the big picture: what are you
> trying to achieve that requires that level of accuracy?
I want to record the streaming of video on LCD with accurate timestamps
overlayed on each frame.
How that timestamp will be overlaid is a separate question under discussion
in email with the subject: Recorded Frame Timestamps are Inconsistent! How
to Fix it?
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