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Thread: How to set up un Debian ffmpeg as a transcoding and wowza as streaming server

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    Default How to set up un Debian ffmpeg as a transcoding and wowza as streaming server

    Hello everyone,

    I will be extremely if some one could help me. My problem look as follows:

    I want to use one server for transcoding purpose, for transcoding I use ffmpeg. Server OS is Debian sqeezy x64.

    The incoming stream is rtp://239.0.12.1:5000
    Video format is h.264
    audio Mpeg1.

    Transcoding server ip are:
    10.10.1.56 - through this interface I plan that stream will come to server.
    10.0.254.47 -through this interface stream will leave the transcoding server and will go to the Wowza streaming server.



    Here is the code that i used for tanscoding:
    ffmpeg -loglevel verbose -bufsize 1000 -i rtp://239.0.12.1:5000 -b 500 -r 50 -s sxga -acodec aac -vcodec h264 udp://10.0.254.47:1000

    But i don't get any result, I'm tring to view the obtained stream with vlc:

    I'm doing as follows:

    udp://10.0.254.47:1000
    also I'm tring to look that stream that was streamed on wowza:
    rtsp://wowzaip:1935/live/cam0.stream

    cam0.stream is stored on the content folder and it is having the following content:
    udp://10.0.254.47:1000

    Also I was trying to use and 10.10.1.56 instead of 10.0.254.47 but still no result at all.

    Thank you in advance

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    Hi radiocom,

    The info we have on ffmpeg is in the FFmpeg Tutorial.

    I suggest outputting RTMP to Wowza. For questions regarding 3rd-party tools it's probably best to look to their support resources. Also remember that your software version, OS version, and log output is key when submitting a support request.

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