[FFmpeg-user] importing rtp packet stream and decoding
Carl Eugen Hoyos
ceffmpeg at gmail.com
Fri Sep 15 21:08:23 EEST 2017
2017-09-15 19:49 GMT+02:00 Dave Horton <daveh at beachdognet.com>:
> On Fri, Sep 15, 2017 at 1:41 PM, Carl Eugen Hoyos <ceffmpeg at gmail.com>
>> 2017-09-15 19:36 GMT+02:00 Dave Horton <daveh at beachdognet.com>:
>> > Does anyone have a good recipe or example on how to import an rtp stream
>> and decode it with ffmpeg. I have both the rtp file and the associate SDP
>> description of the payloads, but haven’t been able to pipe it into ffmpeg
>> to have it decoded.
>> Both sending and receiving opus via rtp is implemented in FFmpeg,
>> what did you try?
> I tried
> ffmpeg -loglevel debug -f rtp -c:a opus -i call2.rtpdump -ar 48000
> does that look right?
I tested the following in one terminal (assuming long input):
$ ffmpeg -i input -acodec opus -strict -2 -f rtp rtp://127.0.0.1/1234 >out.sdp
and in a second terminal:
$ ffplay -protocol_whitelist rtp,file,udp -i out.sdp
> I get 'Unsupported RTP version packet received' and a whole bunch of
> 'Received too short packet' so perhaps my data is bad.
Maybe, but I suspect you have to pass the sdp info.
> But I am wondering where/how to give ffmpeg the sdp information so it will
> now how to decode the payload types etc
Put it into a file and pass that to FFmpeg (should get auto-detected).
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