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Old 3rd June 2017, 06:37 PM
smr54 Offline
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Re: Repair VIDEO with ffmpeg

Sounds as if something went wrong during complilation. Unless.

If you have the file, (not directory) untrunc, make sure it has 755 permissions


chmod 755 untrunc

It may simply be that the file isn't executable.

For what it's worth, it seems that Archlinux has an AUR package for it.
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Old 4th June 2017, 11:08 AM
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Re: Repair VIDEO with ffmpeg

In think
Youb are right.
The compllation was wrong.
I should use the tool chmod untrunc and it did not work.

I ll post LS from the folder maybe You can see the bad translation.

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https://www.img-load.de/image/t5cae

This is the result of compilation and I think its wrong.

Can onyl Arch use untrunc?
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