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Do you support .mov files recorded with AVCaptureMovieFileOutput

Joel 2018-06-15 19:44:17 UTC in Nimble Streamer
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Hi,

If I use an AVCaptureSession to record directly to an AVCaptureMovieFileOutput and save it as a ".mov" file, can Nimble Streamer later stream from that file as a source? I see on https://wmspanel.com/nimble/vod_streaming that you say "MP4 is supported as video+audio, video, audio, original MP4, Apple QuickTime extension." but I'm not sure if the "Apple QuickTime extension" part means ".mov" files or something else?

Please confirm.

Thanks!

Alex Pokotilo 2018-06-17 09:57:33 UTC
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Nimble supports mp4 container so if your materials packed in mp4 it will work.

Joel 2018-06-17 17:54:23 UTC
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Thanks Alex. I think a ".mov" file is the Apple format - mp4 is the open source/free license/no patent version of ".mov". Do you support .mov directly or do I need to convert to .mp4? Thanks!

Denis Slobodskoy 2018-06-18 01:54:12 UTC
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Actually .mp4 and .mov are almost the same (at least for ffmpeg it just synonyms), so you don't need to convert it.

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