[FFserver-user] streaming video + audio ?
informatique lycee Pays-de-Retz
adminrezo.0441992b at ac-nantes.fr
Thu Mar 22 09:59:19 CET 2012
Yes I will send complete configuration, tomorrow (not in this office today).
- need to install yasm package
- need to install many *-dev packages (almost everytime you get an
error when launching "configure", it is because of a missing *-dev package)
Could never get a working mpeg_ts (get the first image and ....nothing
more) nor an ogg format .
Could never get a working x264 encoding : encoding from ffmpeg to a file
seems to work, but ffmpeg always crashes down when sending to ffserver
(with a message invoking av_interleave and can not open file, as I could
So I only could get only a working .swf (flv+mp3) format.
I tested only http.
I had an image freezing after approx 1 hour (sound was still going
good) on the customer (VLC 2.0).
Global delay is approx 7 sec on a small lan. Would probably be much
longer (10-15 sec) if the flow has to pass through routers, and on a
WAN like internet.
A message for the developpment-team (hoping some guys of the team read
this m-l) :
I fell very surprised of the so many warning massages sent by the compiler.
- Many variables not initialized,
- Many warnings about casting
Michal Tausk a écrit :
> glad to hear. Please, provide working config for streaming video and
> audio. I would like to do it, too. I don't care which format, just
> need a working one (mpeg-ts, flv, asf...). So far I managed to stream
> only MP3 through http:// URI.
> Does it work through rtsp:// or through http:// ?
> 21.3.2012 17:38, adminrezo.0441992b wrote / napísal(a):
>> Finally, after several testings, I could get a working streaming
>> swf format (flv + mp3), 15fps, audiobitrate=16K
>> I needed to make several copilations from various version.
>> tested the 0.6.5 version downloaded from ffmpeg.org site.
>> Was working so-so :
>> - long delay in the streaming
>> - pause in the streaming
>> - ffserver consuming about 95-98% CPU
>> Finally, I chose to recompile from ubuntu-source, that means, exactly
>> the same version as provided through the binary (0.5.1).
>> needed to apply the patch (.diff file provided with the source)
>> I included the lame-mp3 codec (wich is not provided in the binary
>> package of ffmpeg, from ubuntu)
>> Finally, it is working wonderfully well
>> ffmpeg approx 12% CPU
>> ffserver approx 0.3% CPU
>> on a 2.4 Ghz celeron (old Dell 170L)
>> ...happy at last !!!!!
>> Le 13/03/2012 17:50, adminrezo.0441992b a écrit :
>>> I am now facing a new problem.
>>> still using my ubuntu-server 10.04 LTS
>>> I want to use speex audio codec with my ffmpeg and ffserver
>>> -enable-libspeex appears when I call "ffmpeg -formats" or
>>> "ffserver -formats"
>>> - libspeex1 and libspeexdsp1 libraries are installed on the system
>>> (apt-get install .....)
>>> but ffserver complains that it does not know about
>>> speex / libspeex / libsppeex1 / libspeexdsp1
>>> how come ?
>>> finally I realize that "ffmpeg -formats" doest not display the "EA"
>>> flags for this codec
>>> trying to stream .ogg (audio + video)
>>> launching separately ffserver and ffmpeg
>>> ffsever complains when receiving connexion from ffmpeg : "could not
>>> find codec parameters (audio: vorbis,44100 Hz, stereo,s16,64kb/s)
>>> sending video only (without audio) from ffmpeg to ffserver is
>>> working (if I don't mention fps video-rate)....but can't get it
>>> working on VLC
>>> So finally, is there a full-tested workable configuration to send
>>> video+audio with ffmpeg/ffserver ?
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