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This actually specifies that the devices incoming PTS timestamps be *ignored* and replaced as if the device were running at 7.5 fps [so it runs at default fps, but its timestamps are treated as if 7.t fps].This can cause the recording to appear to have "video slower than audio" or, under high cpu load (if video frames are dropped) it will cause the video to fall "behind" the audio [after playback of the recording is done, audio continues on--and gets highly out of sync, video appears to go into "fast forward" mode during high cpu scenes].By default FFmpeg captures frames from the input, and then does whatever you told it to do, for instance, re-encoding them and saving them to an output file.

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If you desire to have more than "2 inputs, one audio, one video" to increase synconicity please request so. Crossbar== Some capture devices have "multiple inputs" for this type of capture device, you'll want to specify the "input pin" of video you want, and "input pin" of audio you want.

If your webcam manufacturer is not listed or if none of the URLs work with your specific camera model, please contact support.

Choosing SKJM, LLC as the manufacturer in Step 2 above you will see that the MJPEG and JPEG URLs for ip Cam are: MJPEG JPEGWhere is the internal IP address of ip Cam.

When trying a URL, be sure to choose the appropriate MJPEG or JPEG option in the i Cam Source.

Please note that audio support for network IP cameras is currently limited to select devices.

You can adjust this by setting the parameter, though note that if your encoding process can't keep up, eventually you'll still start losing frames just the same (and using it at all can introduce a bit of latency).

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