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i'm recording a live streaming link with the command below
ffmpeg -loglevel quiet -fflags +igndts -y -i "link" -copyts -c:a aac
-c:v copy -bsf:a aac_adtstoasc -ac 2 -f ssegment -segment_time 10
-segment_format mpegts -strftime 1 C:\%Y%m%d%H%M%S.ts
then i will make an .m3u8 file manually out of these ts files and it works fine.
but sometimes ffmpeg gets stuck ( for any reason, that's not the
question here ) and so i have to rerun the command above.
so my ts files are not sequential ( i lose couple of seconds in the middle)
and when i make the m3u8 file, most players cannot play the m3u8 file
after that ts anymore, but players like VLC have no problem.
i have solved the problem with concating all the ts files in one ts file.
and then convert the file into m3u8 file via ffmpeg with following command:
ffmpeg -fflags +igndts -i C:\joined_files.ts -c copy -hls_list_size 0
and the problem will be solved and any player can play the new file.
(it is worth mentioning that only when i add -fflags +igndts to the
convert command it will solve the problem,
so i think the problem is with timestamps when i skip some seconds... )
so here's the question:
can i use some other options in my recording ffmpeg command that can
solve the problem?
so i don't have to concat the files and reConvert it via ffmpeg? that
would be awesome. i have ommited igndts and -copyts in the recording
but it didn't made any difference.
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