With most decoder libraries, and especially when accessing codecs via
OpenMAX or similar APIs, we don't have the ability to properly related
the output buffers to a number of input samples. And could e.g. get
a fractional number of input buffers decoded at a time.
Previously this would in the end lead to an error message and stopped
playback. Change it to a warning message instead and try to handle it
gracefully. In theory the subclass can now get timestamp tracking
wrong if it completely misuses the API, but if on average it behaves
correct (and gst-omx and others do) it will continue to work properly.
Also add a test for the new behaviour.
We don't change it in the encoder yet as that requires more internal logic
changes AFAIU and I'm not aware of a case where this was a problem so far.