What a pity
pmaersk at gmail.com
Sun Jan 2 23:30:57 UTC 2022
What makes you think you can send audio and video streams directly to a
hlssink element? Nearly all streaming requires a muxing element. You need
to check which muxed formats hlssink supports and make sure you feed that
to hlssink and then of course you need to feed audio and video formats to
the mixer (you don't have right now) that the mixer supports. There are
examples if you search for hlssink on Google.
Happy new year.
On Mon, Jan 3, 2022 at 12:16 AM James via gstreamer-devel <
gstreamer-devel at lists.freedesktop.org> wrote:
> gstreamer seems very nice in concept. The fact that I've been trying for 3
> months and can get no help is a big deterent.
> I've got a 4 core i7 NUC clocked to 4.8G and I get a stream of QoS
> messages telling me the computer is too slow.
> The machine is idle running a single pipeline.
> The stream stutters. ffmpeg shows dup and often a 100 dropped frames on
> each segment.
> Using audiotestsrc renders perfectly.
> #! /bin/bash
> IP=`hostname -I`
> gst-launch-1.0 -e -v v4l2src device=/dev/video2 ! \
> video/x-h264,width=1920,height=1080,framerate=30/1 ! \
> h264parse ! \
> tee name=vt \
> vt. ! queue ! hlssink2 max-files=5 name=hl \
> playlist-root=http://$IP playlist-location=/dev/shm/channel1.m3u8
> location=/dev/shm/segment_%05d.ts \
> pulsesrc device=0 ! audioconvert ! avenc_aac ! \
> tee name=at \
> at. ! queue ! aacparse ! hl.audio
> The redundant tee's are for use later.
> unless I see a euroka moment I'll have to try somethink else
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