vp8 encoding from windows desktop
Sergio Andrés Basurco Mancisidor
chuckleplant90 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 11 23:59:15 PST 2014
Thanks for your replies. I'm using this pipeline, apparently defaults work
better, maybe it automatically calculates the best parmeters
gst-launch-1.0.exe dx9screencapsrc ! video/x-raw,framerate=25/1 ! queue !
videoconvert ! vp8enc ! webmmux ! (filesink | tcpsink)
I need it to be webm for displaying on a browser. Direct output on screen
works flawlessly, using direct dx9screencapsrc ! autovideosink. Quality is
Now it's just about optimizing this pipeline, taking into account that I
want to stream inside my local network. Meaning bandwidth is not a problem,
I want to avoid any compression in order to enhance speed.
2014-02-10 20:14 GMT+01:00 Sebastian Dröge <sebastian at centricular.com>:
> On Mo, 2014-02-10 at 09:05 +0100, Sergio Andrés Basurco Mancisidor
> > Sorry maybe noisy wasn't too explanatory. I meant the result looked quite
> > compressed/pixelated. I'm trying to avoid any compression and stream
> > maximum resolution and image quality. I've tried a simplified pipeline
> > the result seems better. But framerate drops a lot.
> What kind of simplified pipeline did you try? Does it work if you output
> the video directly (without encoding) on the screen?
> > I'm just wondering whether my computer is capable of high framerate and
> > quality at the same time. My intention was to encode keyframe only so
> > wasn't any interpolated images, and to set a high bitrate to compensate.
> > Any advice?
> You could use a codec that can encode faster, like avenc_h264 or even
> something like jpegenc.
> Sebastian Dröge, Centricular Ltd - http://www.centricular.com
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