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I'm trying to decode an HEVC/H.265+ rtsp stream to an image using ffmpeg as follows:

ffmpeg -rtsp_transport tcp -stimeout 10000000 -i 'rtsp://user:passwd@url:port/Streaming/tracks/101?starttime=20210826T130000Z&endtime=20210826T130010Z' -vframes 1 -y image.jpg

but I'm getting the following:

[rtsp @ 0x56031fe7f500] Multi-layer HEVC coding is not implemented. Update your FFmpeg version to the newest one from Git. If the problem still occurs, it means that your file has a feature which has not been implemented.

[rtsp @ 0x56031fe7f500] Multi-layer HEVC coding is not implemented. Update your FFmpeg version to the newest one from Git. If the problem still occurs, it means that your file has a feature which has not been implemented.

[rtsp @ 0x56031fe7f500] Multi-layer HEVC coding is not implemented. Update your FFmpeg version to the newest one from Git. If the problem still occurs, it means that your file has a feature which has not been implemented.

[rtsp @ 0x56031fe7f500] Multi-layer HEVC coding is not implemented. Update your FFmpeg version to the newest one from Git. If the problem still occurs, it means that your file has a feature which has not been implemented.

[rtsp @ 0x56031fe7f500] Multi-layer HEVC coding is not implemented. Update your FFmpeg version to the newest one from Git. If the problem still occurs, it means that your file has a feature which has not been implemented.

I tried using the latest version of ffmpeg but still the same issue.

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  • I think FFMPEG logs had provided a pertinent answer; do you think so?
    – xer-rex
    Sep 10 at 1:05
  • I tried using the latest version of ffmpeg but it still the same, when investigating deeply I found that the first frames are not decoded correctly but the next ones are decoded normally. If I reference this paper, seems like ffmpeg is extracting just the residual part
    – Sadmi
    Sep 13 at 14:06

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