streaming into a web pag
cjvijf at gmail.com
Wed May 1 17:19:42 UTC 2019
thanks for the quick reply. I did read some about WebRTC, from what I
understand that also streams over the port httpd is running on? The
'blocked' problem is not necessarilly a NAT issue, but some sites actively
blocking 554, and the RTSP protocol. traffic on 80/443 is typically not, so
that would be best.
Is there a (working) example somewhere on how to set
gstreamer/gstreamer-rtsp-sever up so that it converts a stream from an
IP-camera (onvif) to a WebRTC stream that can be embedded?
(also, there would be multiple cameras/streams, but only one of them has to
be 'active' at a time.)
On Wed, May 1, 2019 at 10:47 AM Michael Gruner <michael.gruner at ridgerun.com>
> Hi Ron
> Take a look at WebRTC, it has the features you want: NAT traversal (to
> avoid the “blocked” problem) and it works on most browsers out of the box.
> > On May 1, 2019, at 10:43 AM, R C <cjvijf at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > this probably has been asked a million times before.
> > I have a few IP cameras (onvif) that I can get stills and video out of
> with scriprts.
> > What I would want to do is put a stream into a web page, html document.
> I'd prefer to used "something different" than rtsp, to be used by the
> browser because rtsp seems to be blocked more and more (people watching
> baby monitors crashing networks).
> > Is there a guide/example that will show me how to set up gstreamer
> (gstreamer rtsp server) to do that and show it in flash player for example?
> (or anything else I can embed in a web page?)
> > thanks,
> > Ron
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