nicolas at ndufresne.ca
Wed Jul 31 17:49:43 UTC 2019
Le mercredi 31 juillet 2019 à 09:45 -0500, TheGiamig a écrit :
> Nicolas Dufresne-5 wrote
> > Le mer. 31 juill. 2019 08 h 25, TheGiamig <
> > thegiamig@
> > > a écrit :
> > tsdemux has 700ms latency, as required by the MPEG TS specification. I am
> > considering adding a property to lower that, for those who know what they
> > are doing. Lowering it too much would lead to erroneous timestamp to be
> > produced.
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> If I do about the same with ffmpeg the latency go away.
> I think 700ms is the maximum latency between PTS or someting, not the
> minimum latency.
> Anyway, what is the best approach for a very low-latency h264 video
> streaming? RTP?
If you want to stick with MPEG TS, you can hack the latency through
gst_pipeline_set_latency(), or disable the sync as Micheal suggest in
the following email. But or out-of-the-box low latency, an RTP base
pipeline will work better for now.
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