[FFmpeg-user] ffserver audio livestream "Could not open output feed file '/tmp/inputAudio.ffm'"
flatmax at flatmax.org
Tue Apr 12 23:00:21 CEST 2016
Thanks for your help on this Moritz, the file protocol it was !
On 13/04/16 06:46, Matt Flax wrote:
> Yep that is what I thought as well. Which protocol do you think I
> should enable ? file perhaps ?
> Here are the available ones :
> $ ./configure --list-protocols
> async icecast rtmpt
> bluray librtmp rtmpte
> cache librtmpe rtmpts
> concat librtmps rtp
> crypto librtmpt sctp
> data librtmpte srtp
> ffrtmpcrypt libsmbclient subfile
> ffrtmphttp libssh tcp
> file md5 tls_gnutls
> ftp mmsh tls_openssl
> gopher mmst tls_schannel
> hls pipe tls_securetransport
> http rtmp udp
> httpproxy rtmpe udplite
> https rtmps unix
> On 12/04/16 21:09, Moritz Barsnick wrote:
>>> ffserver -f /etc/ffserver.conf
>>> Could not open output feed file '/tmp/inputAudio.ffm': Protocol not
>> Ah, interesting.
>>> # ffserver -protocols
>>> Supported file protocols:
>> my ffserver build has a lot more - just as many as my ffmpeg has.
>> I guess your configure flag "--disable-everything" even disabled the
>> protocol named "file". I think you need that to access a file on disk.
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