hlssink and openh264

Jerry Geis jerry.geis at gmail.com
Wed May 17 16:07:23 UTC 2017


>You will need to demux, parse and decode the video file before you can re-encode it to h264.

>Quick time is a container format. You will also need to know what video codec was used for the file.


ok - I was assuming since videotestsrc was a good source and worked that
changing to filesrc was OK also... Apparently not.

So I added decodebin and videoconvert

gst-launch-1.0 filesrc location=movie.mov ! decodebin ! videoconvert !
openh264enc ! mpegtsmux
        ! hlssink playlist-root=http://IP <http://ip/> \
          location=/var/www/html/hlssink.%05d.ts \

The pipeline now works, but I do not get anything but black on viewing. Do
I still have something wrong ?

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