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the problem appears to be that the output drivers of the players: (I'e tested vlc, draon player, kmplayer, kplayer, gzine, smplayr and gnome Mplayer, all have the same problem). The following two players, MVP and Totem with the xine backend work. They work becaue their output driver is set to using the old x11 driver. The same trick works with smplayer ...


Rater than use avconv why not just switch to ffmpeg instead. The project offers a statically built version which you can simply download and install + use in place. FFMpeg download page Static builds Once downloaded and unpacked you can run it like so: ./ffmpeg ....


It is possible to circumvent the fact that the atempo filter is not available for avconv(yet the setpts video filter is). Simply use another tool like sox to do the audio part(adjust mapping depending on streams): avconv -i input.mkv -map 0:0 video.mp4 #video to .mp4 avconv -i input.mkv -map 0:1 audio.wav #audio to .wav ...


In my case, using ffmpeg directly did the trick and provided the best result: $ ffmpeg -f gif -i infile.gif outfile.mp4


Assuming this is indeed an RTSP stream, you should be able to open it with vlc like this: $ vlc rtsp://[Stream Name]


did you google "vlc g2m4" ? - i think not otherwise you would have found this entry from the vlc forum: Recently i tried to play a video file from vlc and i found the error quoted below. The video file bit rate is 27856kbps and dimesions are 1280by1024 and format is G2M4. G2m4 codec is basically the gotomeeting.com codec. After installing this codec we can ...

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