H264 to streamable mp4

RÅ«dolfs Bundulis rudolfs.bundulis at gmail.com
Wed Apr 27 15:19:17 UTC 2016

I guess it should be, if the file sizes are small enough but I have no
experience with HLS or DASH.

My personal view: the issue with HLS is that if you don't already receive
the data in an MPEG TS you have to mux the raw H264 into a MPEG TS which as
far as I understand is subject to patents and that is where MPEG LA kicks
in. As for DASH, i know that you can use mp4 files there but I'm not sure
about the browser support. Firefox mentions only WebM (
but of course you have external libraries like dash.js.

2016-04-27 17:39 GMT+03:00 bomba <jhonata.poma at gmail.com>:

> Rudolfs Bundulis wrote
> > I hope that it's not like such
> > behavior is not possible by design.
> And as Jan said, it looks like this is not possible by design.
> Is it possible to embed H264 video in HLS or DASH keeping latency <= 1
> second
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