[GST-DEVEL]GStreamer RTSP Server use case

Wesley J. Miller WMiller at sdr.com
Tue Aug 30 13:25:54 PDT 2011

On 8/30/11 3:55 PM, "Victor Gottardi" <victor.gottardi at honeywell.com>

>Consider an IP camera. I'm looking for a way to provide two video streams
>with different resolutions or codec settings using the RTSP server. The
>video comes from the same source and therefore the streams are in the same
>pipeline. How to map these two different streams to two different RTSP
>using rtsp-server?

Just being curious/dumb, do you have multiple endpoints (i.e. Payloaders)
in your pipeline?  Something along the line of

     ... Complex-pipe ! tee name=t
       t. ! low-res-pipe ! rtpwxyzpay pt=100
       t. ! higfh-res-pipe ! rtpwxyzpay pt=101

So that the low and hires streams are sent out as different payload types.
 Of course, this is going to be a single URI not two.  Did you want two
URIs?  I think the gstrtpbin in the receiver program ought to be able to
separate the payload type and gives you back two streams.

This idea is based on the rtsp example program test-video.c in the
/examples directory of the rtsp source package.

Of course I could be all wet.....



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