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    That's it.. Thanks for the information. The files are indeed High@L5.1. I guess i could convert them to 4.1 and give it a try again.

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    I wonder if there's any way in FFmpeg to get the profile level information from the file... If it was possible, we could then add that to the device profile as well. I'll need to do some research on this, but if you know a way, please let me know Thanks!

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    I see that Mediainfo has a DLL available for third party developers - this might be worth looking at, if FFMPeg can't retrieve that information.

    http://mediainfo.sourceforge.net/en/Download/Windows

    From what I can see, they use a GLPL license.

    I'll do some digging to see if ffmpeg could provide more information on H264 files.

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    Thanks - great info! I'll investigate using the DLL in addition to FFmpeg if we can't get the info from FFmpeg in the first place.

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    I couldn't find any way to obtain the profile information through either ffmpeg or ffprobe. I guess using Mediainfo to complement FFMpeg would be the simplest way (provided the API gives you easy access to those specific info).

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    Thanks for your investigation! I'll dig around a bit as well and evaluate using Mediainfo's DLL too.

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    Actually I believe that I've found where that's stored in FFmpeg. If I'm right, it's part of the AVCodecContext structure, at least it seems to be consistent with what MediaInfo reports. With this knowledge we can probably do something useful now

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