[vlc-devel] Re: Multicast udp streaming from playlist - problems
hartman at videolan.org
Tue Aug 31 22:56:07 CEST 2004
this is easy I think. You are not using the latest Subversion version
int fd = sub->rtpSource()->RTPgs()->socketNum();
The VLC plugin always expects there to be a rtpSource()
In the kasenna situation however, there is only a readSource and not
it's child (a rtpSource) available.
This is fixed with a if( sub->rtpSource() ) in the current development
On 31 aug 2004, at 20:16, Derk-Jan Hartman wrote:
> I'll take a look at the kasenna live work for VLC
> On 31 aug 2004, at 17:40, Dermot McGahon wrote:
>> Resending without attachments. Log files at:
>> I'm attaching a set of log files which will show some
>> problems that I am having using vlc as a multicast udp
>> In general, it works quite well.
>> The two main problems are:
>> (1) Crashes after a period of time. This can vary from between
>> forty minutes to four or five hours. The logs files with
>> "crash" in the filename should hopefully shed some light on
>> what happens just before the crash.
>> (2) Using any method to change stream (n & p from the keyboard;
>> console interface next and previous; web interface next and
>> previous): there are *some* channels which cause jumpiness
>> on channel change. Changing either to or away from these
>> channels will cause a three or four second settling period.
>> I will dump some of this content to disk and try and see what
>> is unusual about it, but I am hoping that the log files
>> might show up what is unusual.
>> The two live log files are where I tried a straight port of my
>> mplayer LIVE.COM Kasenna format RTSP changes to vlc. This is just
>> the initial attempt. I will debug further next week. Don't bother
>> looking at these unless you have a particular interest in Kasenna
>> LIVE.COM rtsp/mpeg2/udp (no rtp). Derk-Jan, maybe you might have
>> a look at these if you have the time.
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