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I have captured TCP packets between my Parrot drone 2.0 and the Ipad, now after extensive research we came to a conclusion that port 5555 is where the video packets being sent from the drone.

Using wireshark I was able to capture all the packets and save them as .pcap extension, but I can't extract the video from the packets and play it in VLC, is there any way where I can extract the video from the packets and play the video using VLC or any other software?, Is there any available tools for this purpose or should I use something different than wireshark were its possible to stream while capturing?

asked 12 Apr '16, 11:01

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Saad Marouane
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What version of Wireshark are you analyzing the capture? Is it the new Wireshark (Qt) or the legacy (GTK+)?

I ask because I have not been able to extract any video using the new Wireshark (Qt). You can determine the Wireshark version by selecting: 1. Help 2. About Wireshark 3. Look for the Compiled version (3rd section, usually). It will say either Qt or GTK+

I would recommend using the GTK+ version for now

(15 Apr '16, 13:23) Amato_C
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