On Tuesday, 7 July 2020 00:40:54 BST Benoit Deschenes wrote: > If someone wants to add the saving feature... for the growing Amiga > community ;-O... I think ppmtoilbm is open source. Is it not possible to output the ppm files from ffmpeg and pipe them into ppmtoilbm on the command line?
On Tue, Jul 07, 2020 at 17:56:57 -0300, Matheus Silva wrote: > but it is strange that ffmpeg does not provide a easy way to set/replace > the decryption key on the command line Perhaps it does, but I couldn't figure out whether, and if so, which of the many key options might apply. Moritz
Thanks, this worked! I replaced the key's URI to point to the local file key and added the full path to the chunks on the external network. To download I used the command "ffmpeg -protocol_whitelist file,http,https,tcp,tls,crypto -allowed_extensions ALL -i gordelicia.m3u8 -c copy gordelicia.mp4".
Am Di., 7. Juli 2020 um 21:34 Uhr schrieb Verachten Bruno : > CFLAGS='-mfpu=neon' This is apparently not ignored (I thought it should be) and you are therefore responsible not to set these variables. Please find out what top-posting means and avoid it here. Carl Eugen
Hi Matheus, On Tue, Jul 07, 2020 at 14:45:08 -0300, Matheus Silva wrote: > Guys, how can I download from an encrypted m3u8 but that the key's URI is > no longer available? Obviously I downloaded the key previously, a 16 byte > file (that I get the hex string using "xxd -p"), I tried the following
Guys, how can I download from an encrypted m3u8 but that the key's URI is no longer available? Obviously I downloaded the key previously, a 16 byte file (that I get the hex string using "xxd -p"), I tried the following using the cryptokey parameter but ffmpeg keeps trying to do the decryption
Am Di., 7. Juli 2020 um 16:07 Uhr schrieb Verachten Bruno : > Include the log file "ffbuild/config.log" produced by configure as this > will help solve the problem. What is unclear about this request? Carl Eugen ___ ffmpeg-user mailing list
Hi, I had already compiled ffmpeg on a 32bits OS for my aarch64 machine without too much trouble, but now that I have a 64bits OS, I'd like to compile ffmpeg too. The issue I have is that gcc is started with bad options (I'm not sure of that, that's what I think I understood): mktemp -u XX
Hello all, Our RPI project uses FFmpeg that captures an ongoing video stream and output it in one-second files (we pipe the audio instead of using ‘-f alsa’ as a second input as it creates problems when running the code as systemd service but not in this way): arecord -c 2 -r 48000 -f S16_LE