[vlc-devel] Re: live.com and the RTP-header marker bit
finlayson at live.com
Fri Mar 26 00:10:13 CET 2004
> > Because the LIVE.COM code passes complete frames to the decoder, I don't
> > think you need this information at all. Once you've gotten data from the
> > "livedotcom" demux, it should already be a complete frame.
>Seem like you're right, but it also seems like the frame is completly messed
>up, and my decoder library doesn't like it. Is there any way to disable this
>"feature", if only just for debugging?
No, you can't 'disable' this (at least, not easily), but one thing you
could do is add debugging commands to
"liveMedia/H261VideoRTPSource.cpp"). This function is called each time a
new RTP packet is processed.
In this function, you can use
to get a pointer to the actual RTP packet data (after the RTP header), and
to get the size of this data (in bytes).
You should be able use this to get the contents of each incoming H.261/RTP
packet, to figure out what (if anything) is wrong with it.
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