[FFmpeg-user] Can I convert from .ram to .mp4?

Jim Shupert jshupert at theppsgroup.com
Wed Jun 17 21:54:06 EEST 2020

On 6/17/2020 1:59 PM, Reindl Harald wrote:
> Am 17.06.20 um 19:26 schrieb David:
>> I've watched the video and invoked a simple command:
>> ffmpeg -i 317.ram 317.mp4
>> which the Windows PowerShell said I had to change to
>> .\ffmpeg -i 317.ram 317.mp4
>> which I did.
>> I have the ffmpeg.exe file in the same folder as the 317.ram, so do you
>> think that should work?  I'll paste here the PowerShell window showing
>> "Permission denied"
> you didn't paste anything but "Permission denied" sounds not like an
> ffmpeg issue at all
It has been a long time since I interacted with real media **
so -- i could be off base here --
but isn't a file.ram   a url pointing to a real server , a txt file ?
( if so then to "hear" the actual audio has to be served from a server )
is actually binary audio data?
can you play it?- hear it?

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