[FFmpeg-user] importing rtp packet stream and decoding

Carl Eugen Hoyos ceffmpeg at gmail.com
Tue Sep 19 01:50:42 EEST 2017

2017-09-19 0:32 GMT+02:00 Dave Horton <daveh at beachdognet.com>:

> MacBook-Pro-6:test dhorton$ ffmpeg -loglevel debug

> -i rtp1.sdp -f rtp -i rtp1.rtp -f mp3 rtp1.mp3

My knowledge of sdp and rtp is very limited but I believe
(and I believe my example in my last mail confirmed it,
by the way did you test it?) you only provide the sdp
file which contains a network address where FFmpeg is
supposed to find the rtp stream.

I don't know how to feed the captured rtp stream, my
guess is you have to edit the sdp file and resend the

Unrelated: -O0 can have funny (unwanted) effects when
compiling FFmpeg and having debug information is the
default, so you can remove the extra-cflags from your
configure line. The option --disable-optimizations is
usually unwanted (unless you want to test for compiler
bugs or need extra-fast compilation, I don't even use it
for bisects).

Carl Eugen

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