[FFmpeg-user] translate rtp to http

juan carlos Rebate nerus492 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 3 17:22:39 CEST 2016

definitely ffmpeg is not accessible from outside,there is no firewall so I
have reason, it is a failure of ffmpeg,for that reason I get errors that I
come notifying

2016-06-02 19:44 GMT+02:00 juan carlos Rebate <nerus492 at gmail.com>:

> definitely is not a problem of formats, this is ffmpeg error, no matter
> the format used, the error occurs in the connection, when someone connects
> by http then rejects the connection ffmpeg
> ffmpeg 1: ffmpeg -i rtp:// -f mpeg -listen 1
> http://localhost: for example
> ffmpeg 2; ffplay -i and error Unknown error
>     nan    :  0.000 fd=   0 aq=    0K for that reason fails in the browser,
> not the format but fails because ffmpeg
> 2016-06-02 0:25 GMT+02:00 Reuben Martin <reuben.m at gmail.com>:
>> On Wednesday, June 1, 2016 4:38:12 AM CDT the serial top-poster juan
>> carlos
>> Rebate wrote:
>> > the problem esque presupposes that I want to play in ffplay, but I do
>> not
>> > want to play in ffplay I want reproduvcirlo in a html5 player for
>> > android created
>> > by me, so this repeat does not work and is not crap
>> ˙ʇ,uop no⅄ ˙sʞɹoʍ ƃuᴉɯɐǝɹʇs ϛlɯʇɥ ʍoɥ puɐʇsɹǝpun noʎ ʇɐɥʇ sǝsoddnsǝɹd
>> ǝnbsǝ
>> ɯǝlqoɹd ǝɥʇ 'ɥɐǝ⅄
>> - First, html5 video tags do not work for live video streams. They are
>> only
>> for static video files. You might be able to get it to work with Chrome,
>> but
>> that would just be dumb luck. Just because ffmpeg can use http as a
>> transport
>> doesn't mean that's how it works with a browser.
>> - Second, even if it was the way live html5 video streaming is supposed to
>> work, this is a fantastically terrible means of doing so because as soon
>> as
>> the socket connection is dropped on the client side, the fd on the server
>> side
>> output will block and result in the process killing itself.
>> - Third, even if you did get a clue and read the documentation you've been
>> pointed to and realize that you need to set this up with ffserver rather
>> than
>> ffmpeg if you want to make more than one connection, it would still suck
>> donky
>> nads because it's not segmented which totally defeats any web cache
>> functionality.
>> - MPEG-DASH + MSE is the only way you're going to get a live video source
>> working in html5, and even then the live profile for ffmpeg's DASH
>> manifest
>> generator isn't 100% compliant with the spec. Now go RTFM and stop top
>> posting.
>> -Reuben
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