UDP Stream starting order of sender and receiver

Marc Leeman marc.leeman at gmail.com
Mon May 20 08:46:01 UTC 2019

>From what you describe, the sps/pps data is inserted in your RTP
stream with long intervals. For streaming, you need to insert it
periodically, see 'config-interval' in the rtph264pay payloader.

This will insert the configuration data just before an I-Frame so that
decoders can pick in on a stream on the network.

On Mon, 20 May 2019 at 09:55, Chr0n0s <timm.ruppert at t-online.de> wrote:
> Hello,
> 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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g. Marc

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