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post #1 of 1 Old 01-16-2013, 09:18 PM - Thread Starter
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I have a couple rtmp streams which playback garbled audio and stuttering video when I use VLC player.  The user settings dont help much.  I tried a very old version and very new version; they both played back the streams the same way.  Here's one of them:



I just tried the same streams in potplayer; and, they played back perfectly!  No configuration needed!  Does potplayer (or any other players) have commandline settings similar to VLC (maybe a distant ffmpeg relative) that have better support for rtmp?


If not, what would the commandline be to playback the below stream from commandline using any player

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