linuxcentre wrote:It might just be congestion of course - maybe try an off-peak recording.
./get_iplayer --modes=flashhd1 --type=tv --flvstreamer="./flvstreamer-2.1c1" --output "tmp" --whitespace --metadata generic --pid b00qhqr8 --attempts=50 --verbose > tmp/b00qhqr8.log 2>&1
neuralnet wrote:Yup, I'm very happy to report that I noticed the Crypto Errors had stopped too.
Chris_BBR wrote:But they're still there on flashhd1/flashhd2, and still causing get_iplayer v2.72 and flvstreamer v2.1c1 to keep re-downloading the same short segment ad infinitum, looping between the "RTMP_ReadPacket, failed to read RTMP packet body" and "Ignoring SWFVerification request, no CRYPTO support" errors as I reported before.
linuxcentre wrote:Hi Chris, I looked into your problem. My conclusion is that your streaming speed is so low that you don't get a full frame for it to resume past within the time you are connected to the flash server.
linuxcentre wrote:My advice: get a faster connection
linuxcentre wrote:or just use a lower quality stream.
Chris_BBR wrote:Excuse me for being a bit thick, though, but I don't understand what you mean by 'full frame' - even with a looping segment of ~6 seconds @ 25fps there are ~150 frames, no? Are you actually referring to keyframes?
Chris_BBR wrote:...(b) wait for flvstreamer to add SWF verification support like rtmpdump has already...
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