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  1. I've been recording videos which have been perfect for a number of weeks now using streamlink for rampant.tv. Recently however, the output of some files recorded skip every few seconds. So like 1 second, 2 seconds, 10 seconds, 11 seconds, 12 seconds, 18 seconds and so on.

    This only happens with certain feeds however. If I watch the problematic feeds on the website, they are smooth and don't skip. If I take the manifest mpd file and play that in VLC player, it is smooth but eventually dies after a few minutes. These are the options I have been using for streamlink. They work for 90% of the girls but a few are a choppy mess

    --hls-live-edge 4
    --hls-segment-threads 3
    --hls-timeout 60
    --hls-playlist-reload-attempts 4
    --http-ignore-env
    --http-no-ssl-verify

    This is running on a script in Ubuntu via virtual machine, if that makes any difference
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  2. Which model have problems? URL?
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  3. The model is not online at the moment, but this is code that recorder her stream whilst she was online. Her name is rebecca.

    feeds come from https://www.rampant.tv/channels (NSFW)

    all the other girls when recorded with code like this, is 100% perfect. Only 10% of other girls, this code records, but the output is choppy. Can watch them fine in web browser though.
    Last edited by dennyg; 5th Jul 2020 at 07:14. Reason: removed password token
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  4. Chrome Browser + Flash + IDM -> rtmp stream (FLV)
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  5. rtmp://ss5.firestormmedia.tv/beryl//beryl_11617.stream

    thats the link that I get. The issue I had in the past is not being able to automate the recording, because the stream changes tokens every 11-20 minutes. so I went with the streamlink and script option in linux.
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  6. I'll try using ffmpeg with my script when shes next on and report back.
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  7. Simple:

    ffmpeg -i URL -c copy Rebecca.ts
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