El día Thursday, February 14, 2008 a las 03:27:28PM -0600, Mark Kane escribió:

> On Thu, Feb 14, 2008, at 13:34:03 +0100, Matthias Apitz wrote:
> > The resulting *.flv files play fine with mplayer. I wanted to
> > convert them to *.swf file and stumbled over the port
> > multimedia/p5-FLV-Info. Installed it and flvinfo works fine:

I was wrong saying that the file plays fine with mplayer; it
crashes after some minutes with:

[flv @ 0x868d8b8]illegal ac vlc code at 2x99/999  0%  0%  0.2% 0 0
[flv @ 0x868d8b8]Error at MB: 191
[flv @ 0x868d8b8]concealing 190 DC, 190 AC, 190 MV errors
A:  36.6 V:  66.6 A-V:-29.937 ct: -3.329 1000/1000  0%  0%  0.2% 0 0

Exiting... (End of file)

This is with mplayer 1.0rc1-3.4.6, don't know if this is an mplayer
fault or if the file is corrupt.

Does this file (...1parte.flv) plays fine for you, even if you
don't speek Spanish :-)

> I personally have not needed to do much converting from flv, however I
> installed the current version of the multimedia/p5-FLV-Info port (0.18)
> and tried flv2swf out on your file which seemed to work fine.
> 
> I would suggest making sure you have an up to date ports tree and
> then try again with the latest version of p5-FLV-Info as it completes
> without error here.

my multimedia/p5-FLV-Info is 0.15, will update asap; but more me
worries that the file is not playing; it was only nice to have to
put the files into some HTML page (as embedded SWF), but more important
is that I can view them offline...

thanks for all your hints in any case;

        matthias

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