Here is the sample file.

Thank you.



On Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 11:27:40AM +0900, Sheng.Zheng wrote:

Here is the sample file.

This file plays without sound in flash player here even without
nginx pseudostreaming enabled, so I would suppose it’s not an
nginx fault.

(When playing with mplayer and/or Chrome directly I can hear sound
on both unmodified file and with pseudostreaming, i.e. with
“?start=228.915” added manually.)

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On 2012-11-28 15:05, Valentin V. Bartenev wrote:

On Wednesday 28 November 2012 16:14:16 Maxim D. wrote:
wbr, Valentin V. Bartenev
Sorry for the noise, being a lazy admin I was a victim of my own
automation. I gave up compiling software manually a long time ago and
rather roll my own RPMs for anything. It was my oversight that RPM
invokes patch(1) with argument “–fuzz=0” by default (as defined in the
stock RPM macros of CentOS 6). Will keep an eye on that in the future.
The new patch.spdy-54.txt applies cleany.

Maxim, thanks for the pointer, and thanks for the patch, Valentin :slight_smile:


The problem is in the meta data of the mp4 file. Flash player need a
audio codec_tag_string .mp3 (0x2E6D7033) to indicate that the track
contains MP3 audio data. But the ffmpeg add mp4a (0x6D703461) as audio
audio codec_tag_string , and mp4a will indicate that the track contains
AAC audio data to flash player.


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