[FFmpeg-user] My recent post..

Rio Kierkels riokierkels at gmail.com
Tue Mar 4 08:31:26 CET 2014

Ffserver would certainly fit the bill (i dont know about the text though
you should take a look at Mozilla s popcornjs). However I've never heard of
ffclient so i can't help you with that. I guess though that it is like
ffmpeg built on C/C++ which you simply can't embed. I've solved it by using
the html5 video player and a continuous webm stream. Before asking further
questions I'd show the mailing list some examples of what you've already
tried. That way help can be more specific and in many cases easier.
On Mar 4, 2014 3:12 AM, "Guido Budack" <glaivy at yandex.com> wrote:

> Hello Community,
> recently I posted here concerning a question about the ffmpeg-server resp.
> a client module.
> I probably overlooked possible replies (because of the big number of
> posts) but supposed
> not to have gotten one. Because of this here once more and a modified,
> more precise demand/ post:
> I need a lightweight video-server (like ffserver seems to be) with the
> additional (but optional and so not necessary)
> possibility to embed text in the signaflow/ image(s) (what ffserver
> probably can't).
> Furthermore I need a lightweight video-client (what ffclient seems to be)
> to embed into my
> website. To be precise I am going to embed two clients which supposed to
> get their 'input' from 2 very different
> (if not one of em local) IP's.
> Questions:
> 1. is it possible to integrate ffclient into a website by HTML and if so
> where do I get some detailed information about it?
>  (please, I am busy... be congrete!)
> 2. if so, will there be no problem to integrate 2 clients at the same time
> feeded from two different locations?
>  (somebody experience with it?)
> 3. I need round about 10-15 frames/sec. to accomplish the goal to get a
> still acceptable motion-video- which compression
>  methods  would you recommend or should I change my mind and tend to a
> different number?
>  The website include other streams and bandwidth is 'precious'...
> Thanks for your consideration.
> Gee
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