Technical Support for Jaksta Media Recorder
Jaksta fails to record audio
Asked by Michel @ 26 May 2017 15:05 / Views: 35
I tested Jaksta in recording mode to capture livestreaming fromÂ Amateur.tv. The problem occurs when there is a private, the video continues to run but the sound is muted. Jaksta does not remain silent. This is not the case with other software such as RTMPDump.
Is there any way to correct this?
From Michel @ 26 May 2017 15:05
My testing here is showing this site is streaming using the HLS protocol and not RTMP.Â Jaksta detects this and downloads fine using AUTO mode.
Can you please provide further details on how you are recording, your debug logs and rtmpdump command line you're using so I can replicate and see what is going on.
Follow these instructions exactly to collect debug logs: https://support.jaksta.com/discussions/topics/6000009063
From CRS @ 27 May 2017 09:05
Chrome only detects Flash, I do not know how to make it detect HLS.
I use Firefox +Â RTMPDumpHelper
RTMPDumpHelper automatically detects the stream and it is not necessary to know the command.
I have Win 7 x64
On the other hand , with older versions I could add the date to the file name using
The result was for example video_2017-05-30_12-00.flv
Now it can not be done anymore.
From Michel @ 31 May 2017 00:05
Can you provide the debug logs as requested so I can see what is going on on your machine?
From CRS @ 31 May 2017 06:05
This is my debug logs
From Michel @ 04 Jun 2017 07:06
Your logs are showing audio data being received, processed and recorded to file. Â No errors. Â However they are only for a period in the middle of a stream session, you havntÂ followed the instructions provided and switched on Debug mode before you go to the site and start streaming. Â This means all the connection details are not in the log. Â You then need to continue in debug mode until the model goes private so that is all logged. Â After that you can collect the logs.
ImÂ confused as to how you are getting RTMP though. Â Every stream I have tried usingÂ firefoxÂ (and chrome) is a HLS stream not an RTMP stream. Â Are you using an old version of Firefox? Â Are you logged into this site? Â If you log out do you still get an RTMP stream?
From CRS @ 05 Jun 2017 10:06