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  1. Tech_Girl DuBsTaR's Avatar
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    I managed to capture a video stream, and have a bunch of F4F files. Can anyone advise on what I'll need to get this combined into one file format please. There is another topic on this but it's a mess and would like straight forward advice. Thanks in advance.
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    The adobeHDS.php script is pretty much the way to join them, assuming the fragments don't have drm.
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    Hi

    No they don't. Could you link me to a tutorial on how to do this please ? I have taken the script, and put that to notepad, and saved 'all files' and have put the folder into my c: drive program files.
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    Nobody knows ??
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  5. Never tried it, but how about:
    1. remux the files to mp4 using ffmpeg
    Code:
    ffmpeg -i input_file.flv -acodec copy -vcodec copy output_file.mp4
    2. join and remux the files using MP4Box:
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    MP4Box -cat input1.mp4 -cat input2.mp4 -new joined_output.mp4
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    They're f4f files.
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  7. typo:
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    ffmpeg -i input_file.f4f -acodec copy -vcodec copy output_file.mp4
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  8. Can you post a few samples in the sequence ?
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    Thanks for this. I've uploaded a bunch around 20 MB inc txt file which shows the complete f4f files I have, not even sure if it's complete. Let me know what you can do. Thanks again.

    http://www53.zippyshare.com/v/74015181/file.html
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    Do you have adobeHDS.php, and also have php installed (inlcuding php.ini) as per the adobeHDS.php wiki?

    Your files can be joined, I tested a few. But it seems you have some missing (gaps in the sequence # of the files), and also some different quality levels (1896/2596, etc). But definitely some blocks of them can be joined.
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