[FFmpeg-user] Convert .256 to avi with audio

André Luís Duarte andrelduarte at yahoo.com.br
Sat Aug 1 19:35:43 CEST 2015

What we do not understand is how the H264Player.exe displays the video 
with audio. I'm concluding that the security system records video with 
audio in a proprietary format that only H264Player should be able to 
run. I'm still inexperienced in this type of manipulation, but that's 
what it's looking. I sought to know how the system is implemented, and 
there is a camera that records video and an external microphone to 
record audio, thus inserting the audio stream in the video must occur 
into the system that records files.

On 01-08-2015 13:19, Moritz Barsnick wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 31, 2015 at 21:39:35 -0300, André Luís Duarte wrote:
>> - https://www.dropbox.com/s/qgyulo8mbnqkwub/Video1.264?oref=e&n=451062852 (file full)
> My ffmpeg identifies this as raw H.264 video, without forcing it to do
> so. It does have some problems with the stream though. But it does not
> find any audio at all, and cannot.
> ffmpeg identifies many issues with the stream itself, and one issue
> with a feature it doesn't implement: "data partitioning is not
> implemented".
> Moritz
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