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Old 21st July 2006, 04:10 AM
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Smile How to let a stream file (asf) seekable in linux?


I wrote a script to record a radio stream everyday. The following command is used to dump stream in the script. It works well.
mplayer -dumpstream -dumpfile `date +%Y_%m_%d`.asf mms:/xxx.xxx > 01_messages 2> 02_warnings)
However, the log file, 01_messages, tell me "Stream not seekable!". When playing the asf file by mplayer, video and audio are not synchronous. But, when playing the file by windows media player, they are synchronous. I try to fix the un-seekable problem by WM Recorder 10.2 introducd by the following link.
After fixing the problem, the asf file could be played well in any media player.

Is there a program could do the same fixing function in linux? I had tried mencoder/transcode to reprocess the asf file, but the result is not acceptable. Thanks.
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