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  1. Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    That's exactly the same video, just in a TS container rather than MP4.
    Oof yikes sorry about wasting your bandwidth DB83.
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  2. Originally Posted by hintlou View Post
    It's not the same kind of what I said.Your TS file is as the same as the file ofembis2003's link.
    It's easy to get this 4200 or 5200K vevo AVC TS.
    The method to get higher bitrate file I showed is still a secret....
    Well, it must be a BIG SECRET because I am part of many communities and forums who have only been able to rip < 5200kbps from VEVO. But if you ever find it out, I would love to know.
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    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    That's exactly the same video, just in a TS container rather than MP4.

    How can it be the same ?


    The OPs vid was 199mb. Thus one is 217mb. Don't tell me that the container takes 18mb. The bitrate is bigger. Go check.
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  4. Originally Posted by DB83 View Post
    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    That's exactly the same video, just in a TS container rather than MP4.

    How can it be the same ?


    The OPs vid was 199mb. Thus one is 217mb. Don't tell me that the container takes 18mb. The bitrate is bigger. Go check.

    Demux them both. Compare the size of the elementary video stream only
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    Originally Posted by DB83 View Post
    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    That's exactly the same video, just in a TS container rather than MP4.

    How can it be the same ?


    The OPs vid was 199mb. Thus one is 217mb. Don't tell me that the container takes 18mb. The bitrate is bigger. Go check.
    emm....It's the truth that the TS container took 18mb.You can check.
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    ffmpeg -i  yours.TS -c copy yours.mp4
    your 216mb TS will become a 199mb mp4.
    I have downloaded the 216mb TS when embis2003 showed the m3u8 link yesterday。。。earlier than you...

    I think,links
    "http://22-cf-168198817351468082649c6ba82cee92.vip1-dal1.dlvr1.net/ed3c085a-8a07-11ea-ab7b-bb28a3b566a9/v3/hls/2015/10/USUV70502343/f92ea866-1b8e-45f8-adff-109f01624580/5200/usuv70502343_5200k_1920x1080_h264_5200_aac_128.m3u 8"
    or "http://22-fa-168198817351468082649c6ba82cee92.vip2-ams1.dlvr1.net/35593fc2-89ef-11ea-a...0_aac_128.m3u8"
    is not the right link for a higher bitrate file.
    Maybe we can change words in the links to get a big file.
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    Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    Originally Posted by DB83 View Post
    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    That's exactly the same video, just in a TS container rather than MP4.

    How can it be the same ?


    The OPs vid was 199mb. Thus one is 217mb. Don't tell me that the container takes 18mb. The bitrate is bigger. Go check.

    Demux them both. Compare the size of the elementary video stream only

    Oh bugger.


    I re-checked the video bitrate for both and ... (well you know the next bit)


    It was the overall bitrate that threw me when the audio was identical.
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  7. Originally Posted by DB83 View Post
    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    That's exactly the same video, just in a TS container rather than MP4.

    How can it be the same ?


    The OPs vid was 199mb. Thus one is 217mb. Don't tell me that the container takes 18mb. The bitrate is bigger. Go check.
    I did check. The video streams are identical. Transport streams have lots of overhead because they are designed to be picked up any where along the stream. They contain many headers that describe the video throughout the stream. (Think TV broadcast where you might start watching a channel at any time -- the TV needs to know the resolution, frame rate, etc. before it can start playing. So all that information is broadcast every few seconds.) Containers like MP4 and MKV usually have only one header (at the beginning or end) that describe the entire video.
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    I have learnt the hard way.


    But what I can not get my head around, which is what led me to offer this version, is why should a manifest (if that is the right word) offer mp4,mpg and ts yet different download programs only pick up one type. Or is there only one type and the download program wraps what it thinks it sees even altering the bitrate for the mpeg to suit.
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