[FFmpeg-user] RTMP and proxy
gounthar at gmail.com
Tue Jun 30 10:13:51 EEST 2020
Thanks a lot Moritz, I figured the option placement later on, I
thought it applied to the whole command.
And you're right, all is done so that I can't stream from inside the
company to outside the company... except the company now wants to
I will try to get a SOCKS proxy installed... and will go on with my
redsocks2 experiments (it worked on one machine) with the CONNECT
On Mon, Jun 29, 2020 at 10:26 PM Moritz Barsnick <barsnick at gmx.net> wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 29, 2020 at 19:23:25 +0200, Verachten Bruno wrote:
> > I'm trying to get ffmpeg to use a proxy. Here is my command:
> > ffmpeg -http_proxy "http://192.168.0.217:3128/" -i sample.h264 -c:v
> > copy -c:a copy -f flv "rtmp://live-cdg.twitch.tv/app/live_toto"
> > -loglevel debug
> > Option http_proxy not found.
> > Why do I get "option http_proxy not found"?
> Because you specified it as an option for the input file.
> I assume you will get the same error, though, when you "correctly"
> place the option before your output URI, because RTMP does not support
> this option either. As far as I understand, RTMP is nothing like HTTP,
> so an HTTP proxy would be of no use.
> Apparently, RTMPT is the protocol that was made for encapsulating RTMP
> in HTTP, but then twitch would have to support that too, in order for
> it to work for you.
> (If you are in an environment with an HTTP proxy but no SOCKS proxy,
> and no direct internet access, then this is exactly the sort of thing
> they are trying to prevent you doing.)
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