We have been streaming RTP from ffmpeg 0.5 to Wowza 2.x for a couple of years with great success. We have Flash clients connect to that stream using RTMP and iOS clients using HLS.
We recently built some new encoders and decided to use the latest ffmpeg. The syntax has changed greatly since version 0.5. I think we've got the syntax right, but when we connect to the stream, we get black video and "jumpy" audio. Interestingly, if we only send the video, it streams to RTMP perfectly.
If we capture to an MP4 file, the resulting file is fine. The problem seems to be in the RTP stream.
I'm hoping that somebody here may have enough familiarity with
The SDP that is generated is below. It's interesting that I don't see any sprop-parameter-sets like I do with version 0.5 of ffmpeg. I don't really understand the intricacies of SDP files and these sprop values, so I don't know how crucial they are.