> On Sep 21, 2016, at 12:29 AM, Reuben Martin <reube...@gmail.com> wrote
> Try seeing if you can get it to work directly from the terminal first. I know
> that in the terminal I have to type “c” or “C” before inputing a command. You
> probably need to send the same to the fd for the subprocess stdin as well.
> Running from the terminal also lets you see stderr output that gives parse
> errors telling what you did wrong trying to input a command.
> Also, not sure what I was smoking when I wrote to use “-c:a copy -c:v copy”.
> That will not work since at that point the inputs are uncompressed raw video
> and audio. You would have to encode them before output to flv.
Ok. Can anyone give me an example of the cmd I would use in the terminal to
seek to a certain point in a stream which I have started like this:
ffmpeg -re -i test.mp4 -c:a copy -c:v copy -f flv -
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