Bambuser via gstreamer + ffmpeg
lunarshuttle at gmail.com
Thu Mar 3 01:33:49 PST 2011
Yes, an RTMP output sink is the missing link.
Of course, it is also possible to use ffmpeg directly against an USB or
Firewire-camera, but I haven't tested it - and since I'd like to be able to
make a "real" implementation of the pipeline - with possibility to
manipulate it when running (add filters etc) I'd like to keep as much as
possible in gstreamer.
2011/3/3 Marco Ballesio <gibrovacco at gmail.com>
> so it looks like you're using GStreamer for capturing data, store it
> into a file and then stream it through ffmpeg and the rtmp protocol.
> Afaik, the only missing thing for you to get the server working in a
> purely GStreamer implementation is an RTMP server plugin, or a wrapper
> to the ffmpeg implementation. As I could not find none, it may be
> interesting to implement one..
> On Mon, Feb 28, 2011 at 4:00 PM, Mathias Gyllengahm
> <lunarshuttle at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi ppl!
> > I've written a blog post about how to broadcast to Bambuser via gstreamer
> > and ffmpeg. Perhaps it is of interest to anyone here?
> > Mathias
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