I have a video streaming project I’m working on on Android, I finished every configuration and tested on multiple Android devices, everything works fine, but when I test the streaming with the Vuzix M300, which is a smart glass runs on Android 6, the streaming starts, but it seems like no video frame is being sent, as I don’t anything on the player.
I don’t have a lot of information about the device, but I read somewhere it uses an intel Architecture Camera or Encoder.
The time of the streaming it’s showing on the Engine Server :
Bytes Out: 0 @ 0.000 bits/s in the stream uptime.
I tried to see the error logs, but no error. No errors from the Android SDK as well, just a strange
[OMX.Intel.VideoEncoder.AVC] storeMetaDataInBuffers (output) failed
Can it be due to the intel encoder, which uses AVC, but AVC is H.264 ? Or is there a different configuration from the streaming engine or Android application that I have to change?