Render RTSP Streams on to a Web Browser (WebRTC) using GStreamer in Windows Environment?

Jeff Shanab jshanab at
Tue Feb 14 20:37:08 UTC 2023

I recently learned that there is a difference between mp4 and "fragmented"
mp4. I formatted my output to meet the fragmented mp4 and then the
javascript on the page was able to just appened it to a sourcemedia buffer
for "Media Source Extensions" and a html5 video tagged element.
It was all googled but finding it again....

On Tue, Feb 14, 2023 at 3:19 PM Nicolas Dufresne via gstreamer-devel <
gstreamer-devel at> wrote:

> Le mardi 14 février 2023 à 16:16 +0530, Chandramouli P via gstreamer-devel
> a écrit :
> Hello,
> I am rendering (transmitting) multiple RTSP streams which come from
> multiple IP cameras onto WebRTC supported browser (Google Chrome, Safari,
> Edge, etc.) successfully in the Linux environment using the below
> technology stack:
> GStreamer, WebSockets, and Janus media framework
> *Now, I am trying to do the same thing in the Windows environment. But,
> unable to find the suitable media framework (like Janus) in Windows OS.* It
> would be great help, If you could share any media framework on Windows or
> suggest any other technology stack.
> The only idea that comes to my mind is WSL.
> Nicolas
> Thank you.
> Best Regards,
> Chandramouli.
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