[FFmpeg-user] ffmpeg for transcoding a stream into web pag
cjvijf at gmail.com
Thu May 2 16:24:01 EEST 2019
I can get pretty much anything out of it I want. It is an onvif camera,
so with some C, soap, xml, I can access it, get URIs, and can do things
like a reboot etc.
I can get snapshots out, and streams, H.264 and mp4. I can also access
it with VLC and stream different resolutions with it. So that part is not
The problem is that I want some that is common, stream over HTTP, are
flash etc, because as I said, rtsp (and 'related protocols' are often
So my idea was tho use ffmpeg or gstreamer to embed it in html, with some
sort of player.
On Thu, May 2, 2019 at 1:16 AM Ted Park <kumowoon1025 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I have a few IP cameras (onvif) that I can get stills and video out of
> > scriprts.
> What exactly can you get out of your cameras? (Format, codec, protocol,
> Is this a live stream you want to serve?
> > What I would want to do is put a stream into a web page, html document.
> > I'd prefer to used "something different" than rtsp, to be used by the
> > browser because rtsp seems to be blocked more and more (people watching
> > baby monitors crashing networks).
> I don’t understand the bit about baby monitors crashing networks, but if
> you don’t want rtsp, you might consider HLS or DASH.
> More details about the source would be needed to know what steps to take.
> > From what I read is that ffmpeg can be used to 'transcode' an rtsp
> > to a format that directly can be used in a browser (firefox)? If so, is
> > there an exam[le or write up for how to do that?
> With some configuration on the http server an rtsp stream can be served as
> is, but rtsp is a protocol, it doesn’t tell us anything about what is being
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