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I captured a UDP stream that was created using an EVRC-B codec and I would like to play it back so I am able to here the audio. Is there a way on how to accomplish this either using wireshark or a another program along with wireshark?

Thank you,

Mike W.

asked 09 Jan '15, 12:54

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Please read my answer to a similar question:

Instead of AMR player, you can use ffplay, which "should" support EVRC. If ffplay does not work in your environment or is not what you are looking for, please google a working EVRC player yourself ;-)


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answered 10 Jan '15, 04:43

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edited 10 Jan '15, 04:43


I wish I could tell you that this solved what I am attempting to complete, but it didn't. I have ffmpeg installed but I don't quite understand how I get the file to export or convert to Wireshark.

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(12 Jan '15, 13:00) mike7seven
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