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    • Vincent Penquerc'h's avatar
      flacdec: fix spurious timestamp discontinuity · 8548b2c7
      Vincent Penquerc'h authored
      We need to tell the base class that we're dropping buffers,
      so it drops the input timestamps corresponding to these.
      Otherwise, the first actual audio buffers we output will be
      stamped with those - GST_CLOCK_TIMESTAMP_NONE. That mismatch
      between input buffer count and output buffer count will stay
      while playing. With enough headers and long enough buffer
      durations, the sink will have played enough before receiving
      the first valid timestamp (usually 0), and will trigger an
      audible discontinuity.
      8548b2c7
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