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They can, but it's a different ISP, which is playing nicer. The user's ISP, which is throttling, does not know anything about the data that is fetched through the VPN connection. At the other end of the VPN connection, there's a different ISP between the VPN server and Netflix, which does not throttle.
There is no format that can play on every device and browser. HTML5 is getting us closer, but there is still debate on formats and codecs. My friends at Zencoder have a new blog post blog post (HERE) that addresses this exact issue. EDIT: you asked for more specifics. Again, it depends on what platforms you wish to target. I will cover a couple here. This ...
My guess is that the player switches to a different audio stream when headphones are connected. For example, if you are watching Netflix on a tablet, it may stream only Mono audio in order to conserve bandwidth (which is all that is necessary on a tablet with one speaker) and then switch to Stereo when headphones are connected.
After long headaches I've figured this out. If you run vlc as a daemon and pass no input file on startup you'll be able to control it with the remote. The command I used is: cvlc -vvv --daemon --extraintf=luahttp --http-password=1234 --network-caching=10000 --audio-desync=1200 --sout ...
WhooHooo, I understood the problem! So this is the fix. In my case FFMPEG was hanging on one of the problematic streams and thus wasn’t going forward to start recordings of the rest of the streams in the list. Basically with FFMPEG you have to execute command for each stream in a separate thread. Basically setup main method in your jar to start separate ...
Try SFTP. It's the protocol used by SSH to transfer files and is supported by VLC in the Open Network Stream menu by typing sftp://<server>/<path to file> and then authenticating.
The webcamd software is a port of the Linux USB device drivers for webcams and DVB devices into userspace on FreeBSD. There is a good chance you'd be able to grab video with that. Not sure if those would support hardware encoding, though.
you are only mapping the first 3 tracks. ffmpeg.exe -i ..\..\validate\20140225095504.mp4 -map 0:0 -map 0:1 -map 0:2 ... Normally it should work, but have you tried to map all 5 tracks? Also i've noticed that the metadata has changed in your output file. Original: handler_name : Video Stream Output: handler_name : VideoHandler The same for ...
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