If I export v.h264 to my windows machine and play it back with VLC, I see that the video timebar remains at 00:00 throughout the whole video, also the end timer is always fixed at 00:00, when usually this end timer shows the total runtime of the video file.(which in this case should be 00:10)
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raspivid -o v.h264 -t 10000
Is there a way to get this information up, or tell raspivid to store the data in the file without taking the raw footage and encoding it with ffmpeg and the likes.