I have a util named "new [url removed, login to view]", Its being used as a Client for a Video server. I need somebody to Decode it, and extract the internal Codec that been slipstreamed. [url removed, login to view] full scenario: I have a DVR Card, it has a "Web Server" integrated into its Console Software. While connecting to the DVR Card from a remote Client.. ("net [url removed, login to view]") It has the ability to Play the streams transmitted by the "Web Server". this is a captured stream the Player is able to playback: [url removed, login to view] (network interface capture, directly from the socket) Currently i try to playback this video file with several Engines, most of them have failed... the ones which did not fail , (MPlayer for example) .. showed corruption while playing it. i need to decode this Player, and extract its ability to playback this movie stream the object contains a customized CODEC, who have the ability to decode the stream. solution in this case would be... extracting that CODEC and apply it on an external Engine... (mplayer , mencoder , ffmpeg.. etc) and give them the ability to transcode the stream by thierself. thank you very much, Shai.
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