[FFserver-user] stream - minimize delay
victor.petrescu13 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 28 22:20:55 CEST 2011
That's the first version I tried and it just hangs. Doesn't stream anything,
nor return error. After about 2 weeks of researching why it does that I
found the version with the mplayer, witch works.
The entire goals is to stream with vlc from a computer to a server and then
again so that step can not be bypassed.
If you can tell me how to do it so the ffmpeg works directly with the stream
without mplayer i'd be gladly to skip that step.
2011/3/28 Anthony Brown <av at bsbc.nb.ca>
> On 11-03-28 02:13 PM, Victor Petrescu wrote:
> Now I try to stream it. So I kind of do this (in 2 terminals):
>> terminal 1:
>> #mkfifo pipe.avi
>> #ffserver &
>> #ffmpeg -i pipe.avi -r 24 http://localhost:8090/feed1.ffm
>> terminal 2:
>> #mplayer -quiet -double -dumpstream rtp://192.168.1.8:5004
>> <http://192.168.1.8:5004/> -dumpfile pipe.avi
> why the mplayer step? why not go direct from VLC to ffmpeg:
> ffmpeg -i rtp://192.168.1.8:5004 -r 24 http://localhost:8090/feed.ffm
> in terminal 1 and skip terminal 2 entirely?
> Also, you could turn down the caching value in VLC when you send the
> Even better would be to skip VLC entirely, supposing that you can read from
> the webcam with ffmpeg....
> Anthony Brown
> Audiovisual coordinator
> Brunswick Street Baptist Church
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