Le Wed 10 Mar 10 à 21:40 +0800, jida...@jidanni.org a écrit :
> If one does
> $ vlc --sout file/ogg:diangan.ogg 
> what will happen is it will download many megabytes, and then truncate
> all that hard work when the second item (in my case with a impossible
> 10.x.x.x IP address) is encountered.
> It turns out for such two part files with ref1 and ref2, one is better
> off doing as in
> http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-software-2/wget-download-streaming-media-620376/

I am not sure i'm getting your point.

Are you doing: vlc url1 url2 --sout ... ?

if yes you need to use --sout-keep option and gather in your sout string
before std{} (or between transcode and std).

> P.S., in
> /usr/share/doc/videolan-doc/html/streaming-howto/en/ch06.html
>       ps for MPEG2-PS format,
>       ts for MPEG2-PS format.  <---- You mean TS

This doc is out-dated. I should remove this package. Use


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