ffmpeg copyts sanitize

OK here’s what it does:

it takes your first “input” timestamp, and counts that as “0.0” for that input.

for instance, if you have an MPEG stream and the first packet is a video with timestamp 0.9, that becomes “virtual 0″ for that input.

Same with the next input (-i) setting.

Unless you specify copyts then it doesn’t mess with them.

It might also accomodate for overflows in the timestamps by modifying them “forward” once (only once?)

and that other thing after copyts only does anything if copyts is set.

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