[FFmpeg-user] Live streaming with dynamic overlay
kyng at ece.ubc.ca
Thu Apr 19 18:38:40 EEST 2018
Thanks for your comment. Do you mean we need to tap into the code of ffmpeg
in order to do that?
Otherwise what I see is just a bunch of command lines.
Part of my streaming agenda comes from a Raspberry Pi that does not have a
gui so obs won’t be an option I’m afraid.
On Thu, Apr 19, 2018 at 2:41 AM DopeLabs <dopelabs at dubstep.fm> wrote:
> it can sort of be done, but not practical or easy to accomplish at all..
> youd be better off using something like OBS, which makes the things you
> want to do very easy.
> OBS already uses or can use ffmpeg behind the scenes anyways =]
> cheers =]
> > On Apr 18, 2018, at 10:16 55PM, Nam Giang <kyng at ece.ubc.ca> wrote:
> > Hi there,
> > I'm using ffmpeg to live stream to Youtube. I'm wondering if I can do
> > dynamic overlay.
> > For example, when my stream is live and the world is watching, at some
> > points I want to pop up some pictures or add some sound effects to my
> > stream.
> > I wonder if there is any command that I can use to add those things into
> > live stream?
> > Thanks
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