Web Streaming Mythtv files. Was Re:MythWeb - TD Border height (patch)
Chris Martin (Dev)
dev at cgmartin.com
Wed Feb 26 16:44:23 EST 2003
Should clarify...Mythtv uses it's own video file format (based on Nupplevideo), using MJPEG/MPEG4 encoding... Need a web video streamer that will support the MythTV format, or a converter to get it into the web streaming format.
On Wed, Feb 26, 2003 at 04:13:38PM -0500, Chris Martin (Dev) wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 26, 2003 at 02:37:50PM -0500, Mark Musone wrote:
> > Well actually, streaming the audio/video should not be too big of a deal..
> > ffmpeg can stream audio/video and it's also based off of the same libavcodec and libavfile libraries
> > (in fact they're the ones who made it to begin with...)
> > i wonder how much or littlet work it would be to get it to understant the mythvideo files..
> Just checked out the ffmpeg/ffserver docs. It initially looked like ffserver might work, except I read this:
> [FFserver Documentation]
> "It can also stream from files, though that is currently broken. Very often, a web server can be used to serve up the files just as well. "
> Dunno if the Docs are wrong and it actually works (maybe in current CVS?), also unsure if it will stream the MJPEG/MPEG4 files that MythTV creates... If it can do both, then it's trivial. :) Depending on what video streamer is used, an intermediate step may be needed to reencode the file into different format/bitrate/resolution for the web streaming...wasn't this something that was being integrated into MythTV? (or at least on a wishlist?)
> -Chris Martin
> Orlando, FL
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