[gst-devel] RTP Payload Status

Flavio Oliveira flavyobr at yahoo.com.br
Thu Apr 7 08:03:11 CEST 2005

> This doesn't make senseto me; LiveMedia is another plugin framework
> (vaguely) similar to gstreamer.  

Maybe I have not been clear, but I can be wrong.
I understand that Live.com isn't similar to gstreamer. Live.com is used
to streaming applications, using open standard protocols (RTP/RTCP,
RTSP, SIP). It is used to support RTP/RTPS in Players like MPlayer and
Multimedia Streaming Servers like LiveCaster.

GStreamer doens't support to RTP and RTSP, but I believe that it will
have with Farsight RTP Plugin. Live.com implements so many RTP Payloads
in LiveMedia library, so I intent to get the Payload implementatios and
uses it over Farsight RTP Plugin. Example, Farsight has a Plugin called
r263enc, and I think that you use it with RTP Plugin.
So, we could have a LiveMedia Plugin where you can do MP3 Streaming
using the RTP Plugin. I am thinking to create a LiveMedia Interface,
something like you did with r263enc plugin that use the libr263.
Really, I can need wrap livemedia objects as gstreamer objects to I/O


On Thu, 2005-04-07 at 15:17 +0100, Rob Taylor wrote:
> On Thu, 2005-04-07 at 10:58 -0300, Flavio Oliveira wrote:
> > Hi,
> > 
> > I am working with the Live.com for multimedia streaming. The libraries
> > can be used to stream, receive, and process MPEG, H.263+ or JPEG video,
> > and several audio codecs.
> > - "LiveMedia" must run over JRTPLib (Lib used in Farsight RTP Plugin).
> >   I am sure that it is possible, but to get it we are removing some
> >   dependences with the Live.com libraries.
> > - Creates the LiveMedia Plugin
> > - Add some features in Farsight RTP Plugin to run LiveMedia over RTP
> >   properly
> This doesn't make senseto me; LiveMedia is another plugin framework
> (vaguely) similar to gstreamer.  
> Could you explain what problem you're trying to solve better? 
> Are you planning to wrap livemedia objects as gstreamer objects? Or are
> you talking about having gstreamer RTP talk to a livemedia streaming
> server? or something else?
> Thanks,
> Rob Taylor
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