[FFmpeg-user] Add soft subtitles to YouTube Mouse Stream?
steven at kan.org
Thu Nov 21 23:49:09 EET 2019
Thank you for finding that! And, a few minutes later, in he goes:
Just before he pokes his nose in, you can see a guard bee at the far right of the entrance, not doing her job.
Back on-topic, I also have had an issue with these Reolink cameras, in that sometimes they get into a weird state that ffmpeg doesn’t like, and ffmpeg starts dumping out:
[rtsp @ 0x302c2f0] RTP: PT=60: bad cseq e680 expected=0b49
[rtsp @ 0x302c2f0] RTP: PT=60: bad cseq 93ab expected=0b49
[rtsp @ 0x302c2f0] RTP: PT=60: bad cseq 93ac expected=0b49
[rtsp @ 0x302c2f0] RTP: PT=60: bad cseq e682 expected=0b49
Has anyone seen this error, and/or know what it means? Stopping and restarting ffmpeg doesn’t fix this problem; I need to reboot the camera.
But I’m trying to grok how ffmpeg could put a camera into a bad state, just by connecting via rtsp.
> On Nov 21, 2019, at 1:58 AM, Moritz Barsnick <barsnick at gmx.net> wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 20, 2019 at 14:30:27 -0600, Steven Kan wrote:
>> Danke für deine Hilfe!
>> Yes, I have mice in my yard :-(
>> They can actually invade a weak hive and wreak havoc! Do you remember
>> approximately when you saw it? YT automatically archives the footage
>> twice a day, so I’d like to review it and see the mouse!
> I wasn't aware of that. Basically, about five minutes before I wrote my
> email, so around 14:05h CET. Have you considered downloading the
> archived YouTube stream and doing motion detection on it?
> Actually, I found it:
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