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  1. #1
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    Sep 2012

    Default Vod -> MPG TS streaming questions

    I am trying to get the vod example to stream over MPEG TS over RTSP.

    I have modified Application.xml in the VOD directory as the tutorial instructs but with no luck. I'm sure it's reading the Application.xml file as the file root location has changed to reflect my changes in the file.

    My Application.xml file now contains:

    <!-- RTP/Authentication/[type]Methods defined in Authentication.xml. Default setup includes; none, basic, digest -->
    <!-- RTP/AVSyncMethod. Valid values are: senderreport, systemclock, rtptimecode -->
    <!-- Properties defined here will override any properties defined in conf/RTP.xml for any depacketizers loaded by this application -->

    VLC shows the codec as still being MP4.

    Have I modified the proper entries? Does the IRL need to somehow change?

    Does the Transcoder need to be running? The server is currently running on a 32 bit system, so I'm not sure if transcoding is possible.


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 2007


    I don't think this will work for vod, but the codec would be h.264 in any case. mpeg-ts is the container.

    You could use Stream class to create a live stream from a file, and the MulticastPublish addon for mpeg-ts output

    But this would be live not vod


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