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  1. I am experimenting with ffmpeg (soon I will post a click-by-click example for people with limited computer ability of how to download a video with ffmpeg). In this case I am purposely closing the ffmpeg dos window when I am downloading something. I can see the partially downloaded video, but I can't play it with vlc or Media Player Classic. I have attached the video at the end of this post. My question is: is there a way to repair the video so that it will play?
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    Last edited by blimey; 29th Apr 2014 at 23:43.
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