[vlc-devel] Re: Finishing time based file splitting, looking for a little assistance..

Jean-Paul Saman jean-paul.saman at planet.nl
Tue Feb 27 09:43:11 CET 2007

Brian Raymond wrote:
> I added a method to #standard to split file output based on time however 
> I have a couple of limitations I want to deal with before I submit the 
> patch. I don't know the VLC API that well so I have been stumbling 
> through things, please excuse these questions if they are straightforward.
> 1. I have it working for realtime sources by triggering on seconds that 
> have gone by but it doesn't work for sources that aren't processed in 
> realtime. I noticed most muxers have an i_duration that is the duration 
> of the stream so I have been trying to figure out how to access it from 
> the data I have available in Send (sout_stream_t *, sout_stream_id_t *) 
> bbut I haven't had much lucck thus far. Does anyone know how I might be 
> able to touch it?
> 2. I am currently simply adding the video track (sout_MuxAddStream) to 
> the new Mux that is created every few minutes and it's working but I was 
> hoping for a way to easily add all of the streams. Is there an array or 
> some data value I can loop through to Add all of the streams again, or 
> possibility a method that will do it for me?
> Thanks,
> - Brian
Nobody can really comment on this without the code. Perhaps you have to 
add some additional logic to the structs you can access.

Jean-Paul Saman.

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