[FFmpeg-user] How to programmingly stream webcam and access live video via browser
yxliuwm at gmail.com
Tue Apr 16 09:20:29 EEST 2019
Thank you so much, Michael.
I went through this article and find it is very straightforward to use
imagezmq on a server to collect multiple streams from different clients.
However, in my project, I want to stream a video (modified by OpenCV or
other image processing lib) to a server, which can be accessed by web page.
Thank a lot.
On Mon, Apr 15, 2019 at 11:56 PM Michael Shaffer <mikeshaffer at gmail.com>
> I just had this article emailed to me today. It might help with your
> I've been wanting to do the same thing as you.. use OpenCV to modify a
> camera feed and then restream it to youtube. However OpenCV doesn't have an
> RTSP output method. Maybe the imagezmg library in that article will help. I
> haven't had time to read it all yet.
> On Mon, Apr 15, 2019 at 7:43 AM Yixun Liu <yxliuwm at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > I am new to ffmpeg and need your help to finish my project.
> > My project is to stream a webcam to a server and then restream the video
> > in order to allow many people access the live stream via browser.
> > I do not want to stream the original video, but the video modified by
> > OpenCV such as adding a contour on the original frame. So I want to know
> > how to programmingly encode the modified video and send it.
> > Thank you so much!
> > Yixun
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