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It seems like you have not installed libwebsock library properly. Try following link to install libwebsock library . https://github.com/payden/libwebsock/wiki/Installation After installation check whether the shared library libwebsock.so is availabale. If so you successfully installed the libwebsock library


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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.


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First, It's reasonably easy to troubleshoot an internet connection using speed test sites such as http://www.speedtest.net/ or http://www.speakeasy.net/speedtest/. Always remember a single speedtest is telling you more about current internet/local network conditions than it is about the overall health of your connection. Multiple speedtests from multiple ...


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I had a similar problem and the -re option resolved it for me. This tells ffmpeg to act as a frame grabber would act.


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I don't think there's any other way of accessing the file. The PHP script probably just reads a private local file and redirects the data to the output stream. This is probably done to prevent hotlinking. Because the PHP script has to be called in order to download the file, it can check certain things (for example if you're logged in) before streaming the ...


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There is not necessarily a method for directly accessing the file. It may well reside on a webserver in a private folder, or it may reside on an entirely different server that only the web server has access to. The url posted may be the only public method of accessing the file. Unless you see a 301 or 302 redirect in your wireshark capture, then there ...



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