streaming into a web pag

R C cjvijf at
Tue May 7 13:20:15 UTC 2019

Hmm,  I didn't count on that.     What I tried earlier was have vlc run,
and have it serve on localhost on a port, vlc picked that up and browser
did too, but poorly at that point.
like the other e-mail suggested, H.264 directly into a browser "a la"  the
embedded video would just be pointed t by a URI   something like:
content-type="mime-mpg4"</video>   don't remember the exact html text,  but
it was something like that.

I want to display the video over HTTP, so webctl is not going to work for

On Tue, May 7, 2019 at 1:05 AM Ralf Sippl <ralf.sippl at> wrote:

> Hi Ron,
> if the pipeline works, you got the GStreamer part right. Of course there
> are
> two streams, video and audio. Each is sent to a different UDP port.
> Now you need to run the receiving part, i.e. Janus. The streaming demo
> listens to the ports your pipeline sends to. This is obviously off-topic
> here, use the Janus site, or contact me if that doesn't work.
> You can use webrtcbin instead, as Nirbheek suggested, but I found it harder
> to set up (you need to run the websocket part on your own), and it will be
> a
> 1-to-1 connection, so you can't use it for broadcast.
> Ralf
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