[FFmpeg-user] ffmpeg HIGH CPU, http streaming with libmp3lame
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Wed Feb 6 10:59:28 EET 2019
> On Feb 5, 2019, at 3:05 PM, Zoltan Kerenyi Nagy <kerenyi.nagy.zoltan at gmail.com> wrote:
> I see, however do you think it is normal that recording to 300 sec wav
> segments digests 4% CPU, in contrast with streaming with mp3 conversion and
> recording to wav at the same time digest 90-100% CPU on an ARM7 device
> which has 4 cores an 625 Mhz CPU and 256MB ram?
Probably not, even if there was an increase it shouldn’t be much more than twice at its worst
> On Feb 5, 2019, at 12:15 PM, Zoltan Kerenyi Nagy <kerenyi.nagy.zoltan at gmail.com> wrote:
> The CPU usage is still abobe 90% with libshine. Do you think that something
> is buggy with my script?
> https://pastebin.com/dyHK6ATh <https://pastebin.com/dyHK6ATh>
> ffserver -f /etc/ffserver.conf &
> sleep 2
> mkfifo /tmp/fifo1 2>/dev/null
> mkdir -p "$folder"
> while true;do
> day=$(date '+%Y-%m-%d')
> mkdir -p "$folder"/"$day"
> ffmpeg -f alsa -i hw:0,0 http://localhost:4444/audio.ffm -f wav pipe:1 > /tmp/fifo1 &
> ffmpeg -i /tmp/fifo1 -ss 0 -t 300 -ar 44100 "$folder"/"$day"/"$(date '+%Y-%m-%d__%H_%M')".wav
> exit 0
Does this script work? I am suspicious of the while loop with the fifo. Pretty sure it wouldn’t do what you want, there would be a break in the audio every five minutes. Maybe you could use the segment muxer?
ffmpeg -f alsa -i hw:0,0 http://localhost:4444/audio.ffm <http://localhost:4444/audio.ffm> -ar 44100 -f segment -strftime 1 -segment_time 300 %Y-%m-%d__%H_%M.wav
Only thing is it wouldn’t create the directory structure.
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