FLV rtmp 里存在B帧的情况下，time stamp 应该怎么玩 ？
CompositionTime Composition time offset
See ISO 14496-12, 8.15.3 for an explanation of composition times. The offset in an FLV file is always in milliseconds
provides the offset between decoding time and composition time. Since decoding time must be less than the composition time, the offsets are expressed as unsigned numbers such that CT(n) = DT(n) + CTTS(n) where CTTS(n) is the (uncompressed) table entry for sample n.
For MPEG-4 H.246 transcoders that deliver I-frame, P-frame, and B-frame NALUs inside an MPEG-2 transport, the resulting packetized elementary streams (PES) are timestamped with presentation time stamps (PTS) and decoder timestamps (DTS) in time units of 1/90000 of a second.
The NALUs come in DTS timestamp order in a repeating pattern like
I P B B B P B B B …
where the intended playback rendering is
I B B B P B B B P …
(This transport strategy ensures that both frames that the B-frame bridges are in the decoder before the B-frame is processed.)
For FLV, the Timestamp (FLV spec p.69) tells when the frame should be fed to the decoder in milliseconds, which is
timestamp = DTS / 90.0
The CompositionTime (FLV spec p.72) tells the renderer when to perform (“compose”) the video frame on the display device in milliseconds after it enters the decoder; thus it is
compositionTime = (PTS – DTS) / 90.0
(Because the PTS >= DTS, this delta is never negative.)