[MPlayer-dev-eng] Re: mplayer UDP port number

Marc Hoffman mmh at pleasantst.com
Sat Mar 6 15:36:46 CET 2004

Ok what I have done is added a new video out driver for raw video 

static vo_info_t info =
	"RAW file eyuv I420",

This has been done in much the same way that pgm files are dumped.

and to use it lets say you type

mplayer tennis.bits -vo raw

Do I just add this file, I don't think I have CVS ACCESS for 1 and 
secondly who reviews changes?

On Mar 6, 2004, at 2:23 AM, Ross Finlayson wrote:

>> I'm a master student and for my thesis I have to manage the QoS of a
>> multimedia streamig service. My application reserve an amount of 
>> bandwtidth
>> for an rtsp session and  needs to know in advance on which port the 
>> player
>> will receive the flow.
>> I'd like to know if it's possible to set the host UDP port number for 
>> an
>> incoming flow in the command line.  Is there a way to tell mplayer 
>> which port
>> to use?
> You will have to modify MPlayer to add a new command-line argument for 
> this.  Once you've done this, though, you can set the desired client 
> port number by modifying "libmpdemux/demux_rtp.cpp" as follows:
> Just before the line
>         if (!subsession->initiate()) {
> (currently, line 203 in "libmpdemux/demux_rtp.cpp")
> add the following:
>         subsession->setClientPortNum(yourDesiredPortNum);
>         yourDesiredPortNum += 2;
> (The second statement ensures that each subsession (in a RTSP/RTP 
> stream that contains multiple (audio+video) subsessions) is given a 
> different port number.)
> Note also that 'yourDesiredPortNum' must be even (because the next 
> (odd) port number is used for RTCP).
> 	Ross Finlayson
> 	<http://www.live.com/>
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