[Libav-user] RTP stream converting

Nathan nathan.stocks at gmail.com
Fri Dec 2 18:28:45 CET 2011

On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 6:31 AM, Mihaly Zachar <mihaly.zachar at gamma.co.uk> wrote:
> Hi Gents,
> Sorry for crossposting (http://goo.gl/Ozldk), as I can see, this topic
> should have gone here.
> I'm a newbie to ffmpeg, this is my first post.
> I'm here, because our plan is to create converter application which will
> be able to read an RTP stream from a file and convert it to WAV or MP3.
> Lets say there is a file, which contains whole RTP packets including the
> RTP headers as well.
> Within the RTP stream, there might be spaces, bunch of missing packets,
> but the output must be correct in terms of timing, so the missing part
> must contain silence in the output.
> Could you guys please give me a way how can I do this with ffmpeg ?
> Is there any way to do it using an existing command line tool, which are
> exist in the modern Linux distributions, or do I need to write an
> application based on ffmpeg ?
> Thanks,
> Misi

Mischa on the libav-api at libav.org list recently pointed out his
project to me -- perhaps it would do what you are looking for?


~ Nathan

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