[FFmpeg-user] Fwd: OBS and OBS Portable Recording Into Same File Simultaneously

Leo Butler leo.butler81 at googlemail.com
Fri Jun 26 05:56:15 EEST 2020

David Bayles <davidbayles at gmail.com> writes:

> Corrupted video file, FFprobe output text file, and FFmpeg output text file
> are all available to download here:
> https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1R0Y5plgkhTWWFNNKgSNJ5yitpKQbIKgg?usp=sharing
> I'm hoping there is a way to extract good video and audio from this video
> file, this was for a very important job that is impossible to do again. The
> video linked is a 1 minute recreation of the exact same problem... the
> actual video file is confidential (for a legal court case) and is much
> longer/larger. I used the exact same settings, the only difference was the
> window OBS was capturing (I used a YouTube video as opposed to the
> videoconference software window used for the deposition).

I am no expert, but for the video, I would try using the select filter
to capture the I-frames.


See the 4th example in the examples section.


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