UDP Video Streaming Over RTP Gets Faulty Over Wifi

Marc Leeman marc.leeman at gmail.com
Fri Dec 27 15:06:41 UTC 2019

If you are simply payloading your data with rtph264pay, you are not using
RTP, you are using little more than UDP. This will indeed break down when
your latency and or jitter is unpredictable.

See rtpsink/rtpsrc in git (gst-bad-plugins).

for older releases, see

On Fri, 27 Dec 2019 at 14:30, Osman Berk <osmanberkx0x at yandex.com> wrote:

> Hello I stream video over udpsink with rtph264, while it works over
> ethernet
> pretty fine with low latency, I have many problems over wifi, where I can
> not even get 1 frame per second, all frames are gray.
> I suppose this happens because of packet drops and rtp protocol, is there a
> way for me to fix this by keeping rtph264( because of the low latency it
> has)?
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g. Marc
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