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If you do not re-encode, you might not be able to change the key frames etc of the video, resulting to the behavior you describe. You could try however something like ffmpeg -i stream.m3u8 -codec:v" "libx264" "-preset" "ultrafast" vid.mp4 Keep in mind that what you gain in speed you lose in quality, so "fast" might be better...


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Thanks to the assistance of @LordNeckbeard I discovered that the format I needed to convert my .mkv files to was H.264 So a simple edit to my current powershell script can remedy this and convert with the proper codec This script works: $oldvids = Get-ChildItem *.mkv -Recurse #-path 'C:\TestDir' foreach ($oldvid in $oldvids) { $newvid = [io.path]::...



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