rtsp: test-launch vs c

Mathieu Duponchelle mathieu at centricular.com
Wed Jun 17 14:27:49 UTC 2020

Hey, if using rtponviftimestamp results in a crash, you should report an
issue with a sample application, and a stacktrace captured when the crash

Mathieu Duponchelle · https://www.centricular.com

On 6/17/20 3:16 PM, Goran Broeckaert wrote:
> Hello,
> I have a rtsp server with a pipeline which works in c code. I want to add onvif timestamps in the rtp extended header. There is a module in the gst-plugins-bad which does this, called gstonviftimestamp. I tried to add this to my pipeline, but this makes the program crash when a client wants to connect. Tried to debug the client connection using debug level 4, but no explicit errors found.
> Next step I used the test-launch application from the gst-rtsp-server plugin. With this I can give a pipeline via command line. Using this solution the pipeline with the gstonviftimestamp works (including the gstonviftimestamp).
> I'm using gstreamer 1.16.2, gst-rtsp-server 1.16.2 and gst-plugins-bad 1.16.2.
> What should I do next? Are there any suggestions?
> Kind regards,
> Goran Broeckaert
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