UDP Stream starting order of sender and receiver

Chr0n0s timm.ruppert at t-online.de
Mon May 20 07:48:41 UTC 2019


I am trying to stream a camera image via a udp connection with minimal
latency (< 200 ms required for real time operations). 

I got a prototype with gst-launch working, but I need to start the receiving
player (either of: VLC, MPV or GStreamer) first. Otherwise the stream opens
and the shown image is completely grayish, one can barley see movements and
even after some time the picture does not get normal. What can I do in order
to start sender and receiver independently? 
I am using an IDS Camera with a special GStreamer Source plugin. This is my
starting command:

gst-launch-1.0 idsueyesrc
config-file="C:\\stream_720p_24fps_AutoExp_AES114_RGB24H.ini" ! 
videoconvert ! queue ! x264enc speed-preset=superfast tune=zerolatency !
h264parse ! mpegtsmux ! rndbuffersize max=1316 min=1316 ! udpsink
host=<hostIP> port=5200

Regards Chr0n0s

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