[Libav-user] FFMPEG windows issues (H.264 RTSP stream decoding)
saurabhg84 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 28 09:20:18 CEST 2011
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?
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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