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Hm, you're right - the stream seems to be a strange type / broken / something else, as neither ffmpeg nor mplayer liked it (citing "unsupported RTSP server" and "Could not write header for output file #0 (incorrect codec parameters ?)" respectively)
However, openRTSP looks promising, and is designed specifically for RTSP streams, so maybe you'll have more mileage with that
However, I was unable to do anything useful with this output. It can not be played with anything I tried, nor can I make a valid video file out of it.
Maybe that gives you an idea if you wanna search further. I'm sure it can be done somehow, but gstreamer is pretty fiddly ...
Hm,yeah. It does give lots of errors (which is maybe why the others failed to play it?), but it plays... Have you tried using Audacity to record it playing through ffplay? Also, if almatic reports it working with Audacity, perhaps you should check if Audacity can record ANY sound from your soundcard - if it can't then maybe it hasn't been set up properly in order to do so