[vlc-devel] Speex audio in .flv container
woobert at gmail.com
Fri Aug 22 23:13:48 CEST 2008
Got MPlayer compiled with speex... (it plays the example above) but now on
my .flv I get:
mplayer -demuxer rawaudio -rawaudio format=86055 ~/stream1219297724586.flv
rawaudio file format detected.
Opening audio decoder: [speex] Speex audio decoder
ADecoder init failed :(
ADecoder init failed :(
Cannot find codec for audio format 0x15027.
Audio: no sound
Video: no video
Exiting... (End of file)
Which is exactly the same error I get now with my version of ffmpeg that
I've modified to recognize the audio stream as speex!
So, 2 (possibly) independent ways of getting to the same roadblock I should
get some points for that...
So, anyone want to help?
On Fri, Aug 22, 2008 at 3:23 PM, Steven Woolley <woobert at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 22, 2008 at 1:07 PM, compn <tempn at twmi.rr.com> wrote:
>> i think ffmpeg can only do vorbis in ogg output.
>> you could try ffmpeg -i input.flv output.wav
>> assuming your ffmpeg is built with speex.
>> try it with the speex sample, to see if it works at all.
> It appears not to be built with speex, since with both my flv and the
> sample above, I get:
> Unsupported codec (id=86055) for input stream #0.0
> From the response on the ffmpeg list (and googling), speex support is
> controversial... there are a few constants in there, etc. but I don't
> see anything that would do the decoding... (not that the message above
> would imply otherwise).
> But VLC plays the spx example above just fine... presumably because
> it is able to read the ogg container without ffmpeg and get the stream
> to decode. So, maybe I should be trying to convert from the .flv to
> .ogg somehow?
>> codecs.conf isnt installed anymore, you can grab it from:
>> and put it in ~/.mplayer/
> Hmm, I added it to conf and get:
> Requested audio codec family [speex] (afm=speex) not available.
> Enable it at compilation.
> Cannot find codec for audio format 0x15027.
> Read DOCS/HTML/en/codecs.html!
> Audio: no sound
> Video: no video
> So, I am maybe getting somewhere, but unfortunately, I can't get
> MPlayer to compile (at least not using macports)... so I can't really
> compile with speex ;)
> I'll try to get that working, but I am guessing it's not going to work
> Thanks again for your help!
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