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  1. I don't know what muxer supports speex files, because trying the old FLV extract with MP4creator only spits out an audioless file, meaning it can't support spx files.
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    Originally Posted by Morbus Chron View Post
    ... with MP4creator only spits out an audioless file, meaning it can't support spx files.
    That's right, speex isn't permitted in mp4 files. See here ---> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_video_container_formats
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    Originally Posted by Morbus Chron View Post
    ... with MP4creator only spits out an audioless file, meaning it can't support spx files.
    That's right, speex isn't permitted in mp4 files. See here ---> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_video_container_formats
    So what should it be remuxed into? The problem I had was that the FLV file and audio are not in sync, the latter stretching a certain video recorded off rtmpsuck as 7 hours 52, when the real tile was around the 3 hour mark.
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    Originally Posted by Morbus Chron View Post
    ... the FLV file and audio are not in sync, the latter stretching a certain video...
    If you have Zeranoe's FFmpeg use a command like this...
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    ffmpeg -i foo.flv -c:v copy -c:a aac foo.mp4
    But if the file is corrupt (out of sync) use some other method to fix it first, otherwise it's garbage in garbage out.
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