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[[Category:Multimedia Terminology]]

Latest revision as of 05:52, 28 April 2007

The presentation timestamp, abbreviated pts, is the time which a frame should be displayed on screen. It starts at zero, and is multiplied by a numerator and denominator set during codec initialization. It should be set in the read_packet function in a demuxer.

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