|Version 3 (modified by rogerdpack, 11 months ago) (diff)|
FFmpeg can basically stream through one of several ways: It either streams to an instance of ffserver, which serves out the streams (not available in windows, at least yet), or it streams to any rtmp server (ex: wowza, flash media server, etc.), or it can stream via UDP directly to some receiving host. It can even stream to an instance of VLC, which picks up the stream, then redistributes it as the server. Since ffmpeg is sometimes more efficient than VLC at encoding, this can be a useful option.
Here's how one guy broadcast a live stream:
$ ffmpeg -y -loglevel warning -f dshow -i video="screen-capture-recorder" -vf crop=690:388:136:0 -r 30 -s 962x388 -threads 2 -vcodec libx264 -vpre baseline -vpre my_ffpreset -f flv rtmp:///live/myStream.sdp Here is my ffmpeg preset (libx264-my_ffpreset.ffpreset): coder=1 flags2=+wpred+dct8x8 level=31 maxrate=1200000 bufsize=200000 wpredp=0 g=60 refs=1 subq=3 trellis=0 bf=0 rc_lookahead=0