need a nice way to handle interruption in input stream
sam at zoy.org
Tue Jul 10 17:17:20 CEST 2001
On Tue, Jul 10, 2001, Chris Worley wrote:
> > VLS is only on the server side ;
> That's why it's not a good solution -- we'd have to run it on the
> client side.
Why can't you use VLS on the server side instead of using mplexer ?
> In this case, the html would be generated locally (out the mplexer,
> into vlc). Really, just a short HTML preamble (declaring the
> following data as mpeg) to the Program Stream.
This would be useless and would only add complexity to the /dev/stdin
method. Under Win32 you'd need a netcat equivalent anyway, so you best
bet would be to code a network input into vlc which would accept a
stream sent by mplexer.
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