SanDisk Clip Sport/Jam is buggy, support generating "simpler" mp4 files that can be played by it.
|Reported by:||bat999||Owned by:|
|Version:||unspecified||Keywords:||aac mov regression|
|Cc:||Michael Niedermayer||Blocked By:|
|Blocking:||Reproduced by developer:||no|
|Analyzed by developer:||no|
This plays OK.
Created with neroAacEnc version 184.108.40.206
neroAacEnc -if foo.wav -of nero.m4a
This doesn't play.
Created with FFmpeg ffmpeg version git-2015-10-28-cceed83
FFmpeg -i foo.wav -c:a aac -strict -2 FFmpeg.m4a
This doesn't play either (nero file re-muxed by FFmpeg).
ffmpeg -i nero.m4a -c copy nero2.m4a
So I think that it is not FFmpeg's aac encoder that is causing the problem, but maybe the muxing into m4a by FFmpeg.
My operating system Ubuntu-12.04.
The mp3 player is Clip Jam 8GB model number SDMX26-008G-G46K
Change History (41)
comment:25 by , 8 years ago
|Priority:||important → normal|
|Summary:||m4a files created by FFmpeg aren't supported by SanDisk Clip Sport/Jam. → SanDisk Clip Sport/Jam is buggy, support generating "simpler" mp4 files that can be played by it.|
|Type:||defect → enhancement|