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Hi,

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:

https://ask.wireshark.org/questions/26222/how-to-play-rtp-payload-which-is-in-amr-codec

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 ;-)

Regards
Kurt

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answered 10 Jan '15, 04:43

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edited 10 Jan '15, 04:43

Kurt,

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.

Thank you,

Mike

(12 Jan '15, 13:00) mike7seven
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