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Curl transfer of mp3 over rtmp on Windows

slicethepie
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Hi

I'm using curl from the command line on a windows 2008 server to retrieve an mp3 from an rtmp stream.

The transfer completes and I get the file locally but it won't play. I suspect this is down to the transfer type but cannot work out how to make it work as the default is supposed to be binary (which should be fine).

This is the command I'm using (filenames replaced with ***)


curl -o c:\windows\temp\***.mp3 rtmp://<host etc>/***.mp3

I've attached a copy of the received mp3 file received in case this helps work it out, I changed the extension from mp3 to txt so it could be uploaded, you'll need to change it back.

Any help would be appreciated.

Cheers
Andy


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Dave BaldwinFixer of Problems
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Can't download it as it is.

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Sorry, I should have checked it would download.

I've put a copy here:

http://stp-pr.net/test.mp3

I tested it and it will download :)

Cheers
Andy
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