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jumpjack
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« on: September 23, 2010, 04:35:10 am »

I have a Neuros Technology OSD 1.15 recorder.
MP4 files it creates appear to be not standard, as they do not have a MOOV atom, which prevents them from being played by any SW I tried on my PC, even Quicktime, although they appera to be Quicktime files due to FTYP string in the header.

How can I play/convert these mp4 files on my Windows XP system?

Is it possibile to update firmware on this device, having it no LAN port available (only serial).

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« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2010, 10:27:12 pm »

I'm not too familiar with the OSD "Lite"...  What firmware is it running now?

The MP4 file is according to standard, however like you say, QuickTime is expecting that particular atom.  The files play back fine in VLC and MPlayer.
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« Reply #2 on: September 24, 2010, 04:35:08 am »

I'm not too familiar with the OSD "Lite"...  What firmware is it running now?

The MP4 file is according to standard, however like you say, QuickTime is expecting that particular atom.  The files play back fine in VLC and MPlayer.
I recorded a short video (1 min), and the file has the proper header. I'll do some more tests...
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