How to merge several segments of a video to the original video?

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How to merge several segments of a video to the original video?

mikelee164396
A video was downloaded in an android app. It is found that the video is divided into several segments and a .M3u8 file. The list of all files is JPG file, as well as .M3u8 file, .Key file, and a .JSON file (I don't know what the file is for) see the attachment. How can I use ffmpeg to merge these clips into the original video file?
When I tried to merge, there was an error. See the attachment error.txt for the error content and command line.




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Re: How to merge several segments of a video to the original video?

Carl Zwanzig
On 6/25/2020 5:50 AM, mikelee164396 wrote:
> When I tried to merge, there was an error. See the attachment error.txt for the error content and command line.

Please place those in the email body. Very few people will download and open
the 7z file. Also, what do the .key and .m3u8 files look like?

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Re: How to merge several segments of a video to the original video?

Carl Eugen Hoyos-2
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Am Do., 25. Juni 2020 um 14:51 Uhr schrieb mikelee164396
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> A video was downloaded in an android app. It is
> found that the video is divided into several
> segments and a .M3u8 file.

Apart from what was said:
If the m3u8 segments are transport streams
(as I expect), the right tool to "merge" them is
cat (or copy /b on windows).

Carl Eugen
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