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Use ffmpeg -i YDXJ0028.mp4 -c copy -segment_time 60 -reset_timestamps 1 -f segment YDXJ0028_%03d.mp4 This makes each segment start with timestamp 0. Safe for broad compatibility.


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You can modify the existing option by editing the registry entry in HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\DVD\shell\PlayWithVLC\Command and replacing dvd:// with dvdsimple:// If you want to create a second menu option (instead of editing the first one), copy the PlayWithVLC key, give it another name (like PlayWithVLCNoMenu), modify the value inside to Play with VLC (no disc ...


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Registry entry based on Moshe's answer Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\DVD\shell\PlayWithVLCNoDiscMenus] @="Play with VLC media player (no disc menus)" [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\DVD\shell\PlayWithVLCNoDiscMenus\command] @="\"C:\\Program Files\\VLC\\vlc.exe\" --started-from-file dvdsimple:///%1"


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I couldn't find any solution to this ffmpeg problem, and I recently found this article saying: As it seems, the stk1160 device sends these broken frames through to the v4l2 device and once they reach ffmpeg, it chokes and reports invalid frames. Although that is part of the “honest” quality of ffmpeg, I consider it a bug here as it exits the ...


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Well, the very short answer to the originally asked question is: Yes, you can use vlc on Linux to convert an audio file encoded with AAC in an MP4 container, that should be able to be played on iOS devices. (I have no iOS device handy to actually test that though.) Here is a step by step tutorial on how to use vlc for audio file conversions. Note however ...


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Ok, the answer is that, yes, the file can be created with vlc on Linux as a perfectly good m4a file that should be playable on iTunes on an iPad or iPhone. However, the file can only be transferred to iTunes on iOS from an iTunes Mac or Windows host, according to Apple Support. I do not own such a system. Thanks to LN2, I installed vlc for iOS on my iPad. I ...


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There are to ways how you can fix it. 1. Using command line Open cmd.exe and go to VLC path (it is usually in C:\Program Files (x86)\VideoLAN\VLC). Now run following command: vlc --video-wallpaper --align=2 --qt-start-minimized http://iphone-streaming.ustream.tv/uhls/17074538/streams/live/iphone/playlist.m3u8 This will start your stream in wallpaper ...



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