[gst-devel] ASF over RTSP/RTP?

Eric Zhang nicolas.m.zhang at gmail.com
Wed Dec 3 02:36:30 CET 2008

Hi, gstreamer-devel:

    1. That means now most mms server should support RTSP as well. And
because gstreamer supports RTSP by element rtspsrc, so you can use gstreamer
to play it.

    2. OK, you use totem to play the video. I have no idea on totem and I
suggest you use `gst-launch' to play the video manually. By the way, totem
supports 2 underlying multi-media frameworks, one is gstreamer and another
is xine. Are you sure your totem is using gstreamer?

Eric Zhang

2008/12/2 Maxim Levitsky <maximlevitsky at gmail.com>

> On Tue, 2008-12-02 at 10:08 +0800, Eric Zhang wrote:
> > Hi, gstreamer-devel:
> >
> >     1. MMS has been deprecated and now windows media player will first
> > try to use RTSP method to play a `mms://' movie.
> What to do then, do you think it is possible to handle this in gstream,
> or this better to be handled in totem.
> >
> >     2. Now in gstreamer, rtspsrc sends a PLAY method with Range header
> > to perform seek but some RTSP server needs the client PAUSE the play
> > first. So that's why the seek doesn't work. I have submitted a bug
> > report to gstreamer and the bug has been accepted so I think the seek
> > will be ok in next gst-plugins-good release.
> The problem is that it never sends PLAY.
> When I seek the stream using totem, all I see is a TEARDOWN fololwed by
> new TCP connection in which gstreamer sends 3 SETUP messages as usual,
> but then never sends PLAY command.
> Best regards,
>         Maxim levitsky
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