[Libav-user] FFMPEG windows issues (H.264 RTSP stream decoding)
nitinkumgoyal at gmail.com
Thu Apr 28 09:32:00 CEST 2011
i have done many changes in that build so i cant share them.
I have tried the pre-compiled builds but they were not solving my purpose so
i have created my own builds.
For ffplay, i will check if ti will work for RTSP stream and will let you
know but ideally it should work.
On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 12:50 PM, Saurabh Gandhi <saurabhg84 at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hello Nitin,
> If possible, can you share your build please?
> What version(s) of library are you using. Have you tried using the
> precompiled builds that are available on the link that I have mentioned.
> Even those are failing at my end. Can you please download this and check if
> the ffplay.exe is working fine for decoding h.264 based RTSP stream?
> Saurabh Gandhi
> On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 12:30 PM, NITIN GOYAL <nitinkumgoyal at gmail.com>wrote:
>> i have used it on windows after compiling my builds using a cross compiler
>> on the ubuntu and i have created my own player.\ using ffmpeg.
>> i am not seeing any kind of this issue.
>> is the issue persists on all types of windows machine?
>> On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 10:42 AM, Saurabh Gandhi <saurabhg84 at gmail.com>wrote:
>>> Hello all,
>>> I am a windows user (unfortunately) and am trying to use FFMPEG for
>>> decoding H.264 based RTSP stream. I have downloaded the latest windows build
>>> available on the FFMPEG website (http://hawkeye.arrozcru.org/) and am
>>> trying to use ffplay.exe.
>>> The problem is that the output is very much pixelated / distorted when
>>> there is some motion in the frame. The same stream when viewed using VLC
>>> works perfectly fine. Another catch is that when I tried viewing the same
>>> stream on ubuntu using FFMPEG itselg it works perfectly fine. What could be
>>> the issue?
>>> I tried running ffplay.exe on multiple hardware and software platforms
>>> which include:
>>> 1. i3 (4GB RAM) with Windows 7
>>> 2. core 2 duo (1GB RAM) with windows xp
>>> 3. intel xeon (2GB RAM) with windows server 2003
>>> However the problem still persists. When on ubuntu, the problem does not
>>> appear at all on all machines. I tried recompiling FFMPEG by self assuming
>>> that it must be some issues related to the windows build supplied on the
>>> FFMPEG site. However, even this fails to resolve the problem.
>>> Are there any other windows users (read unfortunate) like me who have
>>> faced / found a workaround for this issue.
>>> Awaiting your reply. Thank you.
>>> P.S.: I was wondering how no one has complained of this issue? Has no one
>>> out here tried using the latest ffplay.exe from the windows build of ffmpeg
>>> for decoding H.264 based RTSP stream?
>>> Another apprehension that I had is how come vlc player is able to get
>>> over the issue on windows when vlc itself uses ffmpeg (upto the best of my
>>> Troubled windows user,
>>> Saurabh Gandhi
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