[FFmpeg-devel] How to handle radio streams serving chained files?
Thu Jan 13 00:23:24 CET 2011
On Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 04:15:46PM -0500, Ronald S. Bultje wrote:
> we all know chained Ogg (concat 5 Ogg/Vorbis files and pretend you
> know support "metadata changes" - then call it a spec and say that any
> combination of file types, even a video file followed by an audio
> file, is valid). Apparently RTSP and MMS served by WMS (Microsoft) use
> "chained ASF" for the same purpose. So basically it serves me an ASF
> file per song, then when the song ends and/or a new one starts, it
> serves a new ASF file. Could have different streams (WmaVoice vs.
> WmaPro) or stream properties, and has different metadata. See issue
> How should I support this in lavf so ffplay.c supports this?
> AvProgram? How do I signal a "switch" from
> "stream0=video,stream1=audio" to "stream2=audio" (since stream1/0
> ended, so nothing new comes in anymore) to the application, so ffplay
> just concats it and it plays as if we natively supported this kind of
maybe something with playlists, theres a patch somewhere that needs work IIRC
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