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    I am trying to rip anime from Daisuki. I am ripping Episode 01 of M3 the dark metal from the website. It successfully rips from the website (Or atleast I think so). I used RTMPExplorer to rip the anime from website, here is an image of what I think is a succesful rip. The FLV file appears to be fine, it is about 383 MB and all. I used FLV Extract to extract the Audio, Video, and Timecode files from it and this is what I end up with, Image, the M3 - 01.flv is the original file ripped from the website the rest are what FLV Extract outputs after putting the FLV through it. Attempting to put the FLV file itself into MKVMerge simply gives me a 6 kb file. I am not really sure what to do at this point. I was able to succesfully to do this a couple days ago by simply putting the FLV into MKVMerge and hit "Mux" and it gave me a nice MKV file, or, by putting the extracted files that FLV Extract gave me into MKVMerge and hitting "Mux" then. At this point, I am starting to think that what happened a couple days ago was my imagination because I was half-asleep while I was doing it and I don't exactly remember every step I took while doing it. Sorry for the half-assed English, it is my primary language but I am yet again, half-asleep.
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  2. Can you play the flv file? Have you checked it with MediaInfo? You can try FLV Extract mod by jofori89: http://www.videohelp.com/tools/FLV-Extract , which has implemented remuxing to mp4 or mkv, so you can do everything in one go. Check the fps of your video in .flv file and set it manually in FLV Extract, because as far as I remember sometimes when set to Auto audio and video after remuxing can be out of sync.
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    Originally Posted by AllisOne View Post
    Can you play the flv file? Have you checked it with MediaInfo? You can try FLV Extract mod by jofori89: http://www.videohelp.com/tools/FLV-Extract , which has implemented remuxing to mp4 or mkv, so you can do everything in one go. Check the fps of your video in .flv file and set it manually in FLV Extract, because as far as I remember sometimes when set to Auto audio and video after remuxing can be out of sync.
    I tried putting the FLV through VLC and it DOES NOT play. MediaInfo is able to give me every detail of the Audio and Video stream. I do also have the FLV Extract mod and have tried every single extraction combo possible to no avail. I think that the error is simply with the FLV and am thinking of using VideoCacheView next. It simply extracts the FLV from your web browsers cache.
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