[vlc-devel] Re: [vlc] Re: RTSP stream playback differences between 0.8.5 precompiled Windows and Linux sources?
finlayson at live555.com
Wed May 10 18:40:40 CEST 2006
At 06:27 AM 5/10/2006, you wrote:
>Thanks again Ross, but the delivery mechanism within VLC does seem
>to be relevant, to my test files at least.
The delivery mechanism appears to be 'relevant' to the bug only
because it (for some unknown reason) causes AMR audio data to be
delivered in a form that VLC cannot decode/play.
HOWEVER, the same bug can be demonstrated in a much easier way - by
attempting to play (either locally, or via HTTP) the file:
Again, VLC (version 0.8.5) cannot play this file, either locally, or
using HTTP. However, QuickTime Player and RealPlayer can play this file OK.
(Note that I obtained this file by recording an incoming RTSP/RTP
stream that VLC was unable to play - i.e., a stream that illustrated
the problem that you are seeing.)
THEREFORE, I claim that our first priority should be to figure out
why VLC cannot play the file
If you fix that bug, then it is very likely that it will also fix the
RTSP/RTP AMR problem.
>I can see that there's been quite a bit of discussion already, e.g.
>at http://www.via.ecp.fr/via/ml/vlc/2006-03/msg00132.html, but this
>problem appears to be as yet unresolved.
Yes, in that thread - from mid March - I tried (apparently
unsuccessfully) to make the same point that I'm making now: First
figure out why VLC cannot play the file "test.amr".
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