[FFmpeg-user] ffmpeg 2.5 "Bohr" - MPEG-DASH support
jyavenard at gmail.com
Fri Jan 9 13:42:15 CET 2015
On 6 January 2015 at 03:13, Bogdan ioan Gabor
<bogdanioan.gabor-at-yahoo.com at ffmpeg.org> wrote:
> I'm a newbie, so my question can sound stupid, but...
> I’m wondering if with the new feature of ffmpeg 2.5, MPEG-DASH fragmenting muxer, I’ll beable to segment an mp4 live stream, in order to display it on an HTML5 page,using the video tag.I tried to find any useful information on how I should useMPEG-DASH fragmenting muxer, but with no luck.
> Thank you
> Bogdan Ioan Gabor
If your aim is to simply use html5, you don't need to use dash. You
can directly use the mp4 with your HTMLMediaElement.
If your aim is to use MediaSource Extension (MSE) ; then yes, use
DASH, but then your code to stream this stream becomes awfully more
Also keep in mind that if you use MSE with a sourcebuffer containing
combined audio/video, then this won't be handled properly in some web
browser: you need to use two source buffers; one for audio and one for
video: so you also need to split the audio and video and have two
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