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Goal : take a video.264 file and convert or copy it into a video.TS or Transport Stream file.

In the past, I've done this using : "Ffmpeg -i video.264 -vcodec copy video.ts"

and I'd like to know if there is any other way to do it.

Reason : I'm using Live555 media server that has an application to do the video.264 to video.ts, but it falls short with what's called payload count.

Any ideas / help very appreciated :)
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 12-Jun-13 20:05pm    
Not clear. Why? Why TS? This is not the most adequate container for H264. Why not M4V (MPEG-4 Part 14)? Something else? What is your scenario? Why any other way? Modern version of ffMpeg is now much more advanced in terms of covering different containers and formats...
radnix 19-Jun-13 11:56am    
Well, yes, that's a good suggestion but our Live555 media server is outputting transport stream video formats (*.ts) and each segment has only one 188 byte payload field, where as ffmpeg produces 5 payloads each segment. I'm barred from using ffmpeg on this project so that's why I need to see if anyone has an idea to try.

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