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hi, so here the story (will try to make it short and describe as possible). i have a DVR program that allow me to watch my cameras, i captured with wireshark the communication of the stream for couple of seconds, now i would like to extract the stream from the capture, the problem is the protocol is TCP (some times udp depend on the app/software), i know its a H264 encoding because the first packet when previewing a camera contain H264

1111t d([email protected]^F1Y( H264

i tried to change the protocol hoping that would help me but it did not (maybe i did something wrong idk hopefull u could tell me what should i do) since there is no H264 i picked rtsp Decode as>Transport>rtsp , u guess it right i could not export it to view it.

help would be great. thanks alot.

heres a link to pastbin to see the actual packets (exported without summary lines and changed the dst ip and macs for privacy) http://pastebin.com/hMPWHjTH

and if u want to download the whole txt (1mb) heres the link http://www115.zippyshare.com/v/bKR5FDp2/file.html

if u need any additional info please tell me i will glad to provide it.

asked 14 Jan '17, 15:04

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no one as tried what i am trying to achive here?

could some one give a hand on that :o?

(19 Jan '17, 04:26) kol
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