I run the following command on video from the direct video source ( a file with a .ts extension):
ffmpeg -re -i <MPEGTS_infile> -map data-re -codec copy -f data <binary_outfile>
Doing this the data-re command finds the metadata embedded in the video and extracts it to a file.
I run the same command against the same video after Wowza records it (a file with an extension of .mp4). I get the following error:
Stream map 'data-re' matches no streams.
It appears that when Wowza stores the video it strips the meta data. I assume this is also the case when Wowza transcodes a live video stream into a RTSP to distribute. Is there anyway to configure Wowza to preserve the metadata?