Render RTSP Streams on to a Web Browser (WebRTC) using GStreamer in Windows Environment?
moulicto at gmail.com
Mon Feb 27 09:30:07 UTC 2023
Hello Ignas brasiskis,
Good morning and thank you very much for your suggestion. We are going
through this to develop a minimal PoC. I will update you, once I am done.
On Wed, Feb 15, 2023 at 11:07 AM Ignas Brašiškis via gstreamer-devel <
gstreamer-devel at lists.freedesktop.org> wrote:
> You can use third party gateways (not related to gstreamer). This one is
> based on Golang:
> To display in the browser using gstreamer stack you have two
> options, without using janus:
> 1. Convert stream to webrtc (janus does that, manually I done is bit
> tricky in gstreamer as webrtc is not trivial, best shot would be latest
> gstreamer with high level webrtcsink (
> (not to be confused with low leve webrtcbin). On frontend you will have to
> program it using webrtc api.
> 2. Convert stream as segment buffers and feed them over http or websocket
> through the your own server and glue them in frontend using multimedia
> source extensions (you basically feed received buffers to <video> element).
> On Tue, Feb 14, 2023 at 12:46 PM Chandramouli P via gstreamer-devel <
> gstreamer-devel at lists.freedesktop.org> wrote:
>> 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.
>> Thank you.
>> Best Regards,
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