[FFmpeg-user] progress output to unix domain socket

tasos tasoss at trigonongroup.com
Thu Jul 6 02:26:35 EEST 2017

I totally understand you.Javascript will destroy the world someday ;)
But node.js is the best solution IMHO for the specific project of mine.
Btw i used

> nc -U /tmp/foo
and it was successful.I mean i was able to write data to the socket.
That's why i thought it was strange.
Well i will report later about my findings.
Thanks! :)

On 7/6/2017 2:20 AM, Moritz Barsnick wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 06, 2017 at 01:57:47 +0300, tasos wrote:
>> I'm creating it via node.js
> Haha! Who needs operating systems when we have ... JavaScript! ;-)
> I meant like: mkfifo? With which user? With which permissions?
> I did
> $ mkfifo /tmp/foo
> One terminal:
> $ ffmpeg -progress /tmp/foo [...]
> Other terminal:
> $ cat /tmp/foo
> This output looked perfect. No warnings or errors from ffmpeg.
>> I will give it a try again since you are telling me that it's valid.
>> Thanks.
> Moritz
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