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    Default Lower FPS needed

    Hello, for my project, I need lower FPS to 10 or 15 FPS. SDI input and FMLE output 25 FPS to Wowza via rtmp protocol.
    How can I make Wowza lower FPS to 10 or 15 FPS?

    Ivory.

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    Ivory,

    You can use Wowza Transcoder:
    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....wza-Transcoder

    Or VLC or other transcoder:
    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....rver-(MPEG-TS)

    Richard

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    Mr. Ivory,

    Can you just lower the FPS in FMLE?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rrlanham View Post
    Ivory,

    You can use Wowza Transcoder:
    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....wza-Transcoder

    Or VLC or other transcoder:
    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....rver-(MPEG-TS)

    Richard
    rrlanham,

    Sorry, I am a freshman, Transcoder is enabled and transrate is worked, wartmart is work fine. This is verygood! But I don't know how to configuring lower FPS, can u tell me where is the configure sample?

    Thank you verymuch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by randall View Post
    Mr. Ivory,

    Can you just lower the FPS in FMLE?
    randall,

    In FMLE, use SDI input, H.264 format, FPS is 25, can't modify.

    Do u have any solution?

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.ivory View Post
    rrlanham,

    Sorry, I am a freshman, Transcoder is enabled and transrate is worked, wartmart is work fine. This is verygood! But I don't know how to configuring lower FPS, can u tell me where is the configure sample?

    Thank you verymuch.
    Hi
    With the Wowza Transcoder you can't change the FPS you can only "follow source" or change the "key frames"..

    Jason

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonH View Post
    Hi
    With the Wowza Transcoder you can't change the FPS you can only "follow source" or change the "key frames"..

    Jason
    Hi

    In the FMLE, 25 FPS output only. In the mobile client, 15 FPS enough.

    How I fix this problem?

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    Hi
    If you cant change the FPS in FMLE then you'll have to stick with what you've got I'm afraid.

    When I open FMLE I can change the FPS,
    The reason you can't modify the FPS may be your camera.

    Changing your source may be your only solution here,
    E.g. FFMPEG, or just the camera you are using...

    This will require research on your part.

    Jason

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonH View Post
    Hi
    If you cant change the FPS in FMLE then you'll have to stick with what you've got I'm afraid.

    When I open FMLE I can change the FPS,
    The reason you can't modify the FPS may be your camera.

    Changing your source may be your only solution here,
    E.g. FFMPEG, or just the camera you are using...

    This will require research on your part.

    Jason
    Hi, Jason:

    That is the point.

    If I use Osprey capture card, That I can modify the FPS.

    But, I want use Decklink Studio capture card, And HDMI with 1080i input, The FPS can't modify.

    I wan't lower FPS.

    God, help me...

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