[Ffmpeg-devel] MPEG4 streaming over RTP
Fri Jul 22 15:48:44 CEST 2005
On Thursday 21 July 2005 15:54, Luca Abeni wrote:
> Hi all,
> since I have the impression that the whole "MPEG4 over RTP" discussion
> is going nowhere, I just tried to stream MPEG4 video by using ffmpeg.
> With a trivial fix (see attached patch "mpeg4rtp.diff"), it works.
> How to proceed:
> 1) apply mpeg4rtp.diff and compile ffmpeg with network support (not sure
> if you have to disable ipv6 support or not...)
> 2) ./output_example test.m4v
> 3) ./ffmpeg -re -i test.m4v -vcodec copy -f rtp
> rtp://18.104.22.168:18888?multicast=1 4) ./ffplay pippo.sdp (the SDP file is
> attached to this mail)
> 5) enjoy :-)
> Some notes:
> 1) In this example, global headers are included in the stream, so the
> SDP file contains no "config" line
> 2) In this example, I do not use any rtp_mode or similar feature (sorry,
> I do not know what it is nor how to use it :)
> 3) There are some frames that are split in more than 1 RTP packets, but
> no visible artifacts are shown by ffplay nor by vlc
> 4) Who is the mantainer of the RTP code in libavformat?
that is a good question, i fear its me even though i know very little about
> Does he thinks
> that my patch can be applied? The current code looks wrong (if I
> understand it correctly, it never sets the M bit). In my patch, I only
> changed the rtp_send_raw() behaviour, but I suspect that all the other
> rtp_send_<something> function should be fixed. I did not change them
> because I do not want to break anything.
either all or none should be changed or you must explain why some must be
changed while others not ...
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