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Thread: RTSP stream works in VLC but not HLC in VLC

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    Default RTSP stream works in VLC but not HLC in VLC

    I have a working stream in VLC from Wowza 3.? Amazon AWS.

    rtsp://ec2-184-169-133-240.us-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com:1935/live/mpegts.stream

    If I try to use this stream as an HLS file in VLC

    http://ec2-184-169-133-240.us-west-1.../playlist.m3u8

    I get an error in VLC :

    main error: no suitable demux module for `http/://ec2-184-169-133-240.us-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com:1935/live/mpegts.stream/playlist.m3u8'

    I can however play this file that I got from another post in VLC

    http://50.22.70.52:1936/live/Stream1/playlist.m3u8

    In the end I'm trying to get the stream on a Roku Box.

    thanks ~

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    Check the /conf/live/Application.xml /LiveStreamPacketizers. Add "cupertinostreamingpacketizer", then restart Wowza to re-load the application

    Richard

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    Do you have your Application configured for Cupertino streaming? Make sure you have cupertinostreaming and cupertinostreamingpacketizer turned on as described here: http://www.wowza.com/forums/content.php?36#config

    -Tim

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    @Tim, both were in place. In addition to smoothstreaming and sanjosestreaming . My StreamType is "live-lowlatency" not "live" as described in the post above. rtsp does work. Any other thoughts?

    thanks all ~

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    None of the http streams are working at all for the live stream (including smooth and hds).
    Would you post your Application.xml ?

    -Daren

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    Quote Originally Posted by daren_j View Post
    None of the http streams are working at all for the live stream (including smooth and hds).
    Would you post your Application.xml ?

    -Daren
    Here Daren .. thanks


    <Root>
    <Application>
    <!-- Uncomment to set application level timeout values
    <ApplicationTimeout>60000</ApplicationTimeout>
    <PingTimeout>12000</PingTimeout>
    <ValidationFrequency>8000</ValidationFrequency>
    <MaximumPendingWriteBytes>0</MaximumPendingWriteBytes>
    <MaximumSetBufferTime>60000</MaximumSetBufferTime>
    <MaximumStorageDirDepth>25</MaximumStorageDirDepth>
    -->
    <Connections>
    <AutoAccept>true</AutoAccept>
    <AllowDomains></AllowDomains>
    </Connections>
    <Streams>
    <StreamType>live-lowlatency</StreamType>
    <StorageDir>${com.wowza.wms.context.VHostConfigHome}/content</StorageDir>
    <KeyDir>${com.wowza.wms.context.VHostConfigHome}/keys</KeyDir>
    <!-- LiveStreamPacketizers (separate with commas): cupertinostreamingpacketizer, smoothstreamingpacketizer, sanjosestreamingpacketizer, cupertinostreamingrepeater, smoothstreamingrepeater, sanjosestreamingrepeater -->
    <LiveStreamPacketizers>smoothstreamingpacketizer,cupertinostreamingpacketizer,sanjosestreamingpacket izer</LiveStreamPacketizers>
    <Properties>
    </Properties>
    </Streams>
    <Transcoder>
    <!-- To turn on transcoder set to: transcoder -->
    <LiveStreamTranscoder></LiveStreamTranscoder>
    <!-- [templatename].xml or ${SourceStreamName}.xml -->
    <Templates>${SourceStreamName}.xml,transrate.xml</Templates>
    <ProfileDir>${com.wowza.wms.context.VHostConfigHome}/transcoder/profiles</ProfileDir>
    <TemplateDir>${com.wowza.wms.context.VHostConfigHome}/transcoder/templates</TemplateDir>
    <Properties>
    </Properties>
    </Transcoder>

    <DVR>
    <!-- As a single server or as an origin, use dvrstreamingpacketizer in LiveStreamPacketizers above -->
    <!-- Or, in an origin-edge configuration, edges use dvrstreamingrepeater in LiveStreamPacketizers above -->
    <!-- As an origin, also add dvrchunkstreaming to HTTPStreamers below -->

    <!-- To turn on DVR recording set Recorders to dvrrecorder. This works with dvrstreamingpacketizer -->
    <Recorders></Recorders>

    <!-- As a single server or as an origin, set the Store to dvrfilestorage-->
    <!-- edges should have this empty -->
    <Store></Store>

    <!-- Window Duration is length of live DVR window in seconds. 0 means the window is never trimmed. -->
    <WindowDuration>0</WindowDuration>

    <!-- Storage Directory is top level location where dvr is stored. e.g. c:/temp/dvr -->
    <StorageDir>${com.wowza.wms.context.VHostConfigHome}/dvr</StorageDir>

    <!-- valid ArchiveStrategy values are append, version, delete -->
    <ArchiveStrategy>append</ArchiveStrategy>

    <!-- If this is a dvrstreamingrepeater, define ChunkOriginURL to point back to origin -->
    <!-- And define Application/Repeater/OriginURL to point back to the origin -->
    <Repeater>
    <ChunkOriginURL></ChunkOriginURL>
    </Repeater>

    <!-- Properties for DVR -->
    <Properties>
    </Properties>
    </DVR>
    <!-- HTTPStreamers (separate with commas): cupertinostreaming, smoothstreaming, sanjosestreaming -->
    <HTTPStreamers>cupertinostreaming,smoothstreaming,sanjosestreaming</HTTPStreamers>
    <SharedObjects>
    <StorageDir></StorageDir>
    </SharedObjects>
    <Client>
    <IdleFrequency>-1</IdleFrequency>
    <Access>
    <StreamReadAccess>*</StreamReadAccess>
    <StreamWriteAccess>*</StreamWriteAccess>
    <StreamAudioSampleAccess></StreamAudioSampleAccess>
    <StreamVideoSampleAccess></StreamVideoSampleAccess>
    <SharedObjectReadAccess>*</SharedObjectReadAccess>
    <SharedObjectWriteAccess>*</SharedObjectWriteAccess>
    </Access>
    </Client>
    <RTP>
    <!-- RTP/Authentication: none, basic, digest -->
    <Authentication>
    <PublishMethod>none</PublishMethod>
    <PlayMethod>none</PlayMethod>
    </Authentication>
    <!-- RTP/AVSyncMethod: senderreport, systemclock, rtptimecode -->
    <AVSyncMethod>senderreport</AVSyncMethod>
    <MaxRTCPWaitTime>12000</MaxRTCPWaitTime>
    <IdleFrequency>75</IdleFrequency>
    <RTSPSessionTimeout>90000</RTSPSessionTimeout>
    <RTSPMaximumPendingWriteBytes>0</RTSPMaximumPendingWriteBytes>
    <RTSPBindIpAddress></RTSPBindIpAddress>
    <RTSPConnectionIpAddress>0.0.0.0</RTSPConnectionIpAddress>
    <RTSPOriginIpAddress>127.0.0.1</RTSPOriginIpAddress>
    <IncomingDatagramPortRanges>*</IncomingDatagramPortRanges>
    <Properties>
    <Property>
    <Name>forceMPEGTSOut</Name>
    <Value>true</Value>
    <Type>Boolean</Type>
    </Property>
    <Property>
    <Name>rtpWrapMPEGTS</Name>
    <Value>true</Value>
    <Type>Boolean</Type>
    </Property>
    </Properties>
    </RTP>
    <MediaCaster>
    <RTP>
    <RTSP>
    <!-- udp, interleave -->
    <RTPTransportMode>interleave</RTPTransportMode>
    </RTSP>
    </RTP>
    <Properties>
    </Properties>
    </MediaCaster>
    <MediaReader>
    <Properties>
    </Properties>
    </MediaReader>
    <MediaWriter>
    <Properties>
    </Properties>
    </MediaWriter>
    <LiveStreamPacketizer>
    <Properties>
    </Properties>
    </LiveStreamPacketizer>
    <HTTPStreamer>
    <Properties>
    </Properties>
    </HTTPStreamer>
    <Repeater>
    <OriginURL></OriginURL>
    <QueryString><![CDATA[]]></QueryString>
    </Repeater>
    <Modules>
    <Module>
    <Name>base</Name>
    <Description>Base</Description>
    <Class>com.wowza.wms.module.ModuleCore</Class>
    </Module>
    <Module>
    <Name>properties</Name>
    <Description>Properties</Description>
    <Class>com.wowza.wms.module.ModuleProperties</Class>
    </Module>
    <Module>
    <Name>logging</Name>
    <Description>Client Logging</Description>
    <Class>com.wowza.wms.module.ModuleClientLogging</Class>
    </Module>
    <Module>
    <Name>flvplayback</Name>
    <Description>FLVPlayback</Description>
    <Class>com.wowza.wms.module.ModuleFLVPlayback</Class>
    </Module>

    </Modules>
    <Properties>
    </Properties>
    </Application>
    </Root>

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    Hi
    When you attempt to play the stream what errors/log messages do you get?

    What's the codec being used for the stream?
    For HTTP streaming you should be using H.264 video with AAC or MP3 audio.

    Jason

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonH View Post
    Hi
    When you attempt to play the stream what errors/log messages do you get?

    What's the codec being used for the stream?
    For HTTP streaming you should be using H.264 video with AAC or MP3 audio.

    Jason
    In VLC I get this error ...

    main error: no suitable demux module for `http/://ec2-184-169-133-240.us-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com:1935/live/mpegts.stream/playlist.m3u8'

    Should I be suspicious of "http/://" ? I'm entering "http:// ..."

    The same VLC player successfully plays the other HLC stream mention earlier

    I'm using h.264 with AAC, mpegts . The steam works as an RTSP in VLC and through an Amino 130.

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    Please restart Wowza, start the stream and test playback again, then zip up and send /conf and /logs folders to support@wowza.com

    Include a link to this thread.

    Make sure you do the restart before test so we have concise logs and logging from current config and can see environment in startup lines.

    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by rrlanham View Post
    Please restart Wowza, start the stream and test playback again, then zip up and send /conf and /logs folders to support@wowza.com

    Include a link to this thread.

    Make sure you do the restart before test so we have concise logs and logging from current config and can see environment in startup lines.

    Richard
    Away from setup but will do ASAP in the next 24 hours. Thanks~

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