[vlc-devel] Re: VLC RTSP client support for Transport Stream 'trick play' operations
DNA Studios s.r.l.
info at dnastudios.it
Mon Jan 15 18:32:02 CET 2007
You can test here (Darwin streaming server):
rtsp://22.214.171.124/sampleQT.mov Standard mov file in bundle with
DSS (hinted with quicktime i think)
rtsp://126.96.36.199/eltonjohn.mp4 Movie encoded with x264 (main
profile) and hinted with mpeg4ip
see you soon ;)
Ross Finlayson ha scritto:
> FYI, the LIVE555 RTSP server implementation now supports trick play
> operations (seeking, fast forward, reverse play) on MPEG Transport
> Stream files. Note, for example, our new 'media server' application:
> However, VLC - when playing these streams as a RTSP client - currently
> does not perform these trick play operations correctly from its GUI.
> Note that the LIVE555 RTSP client library fully supports trick play
> operations (note the optional "start", "end" and "scale" parameters to
> "RTSPClient::playMediaSession()"); it's just that VLC does not pass
> these parameters (in particular, "scale") when calling the library.
> Could someone please take a look at this? I suspect that a fix will
> be quite straightforward, and will give VLC important new
> functionality - basically, client support for VOD with trick play.
> It's important to note that - apart from the GUI, and the parameters
> passed to "RTSPClient::playMediaSession()" in the LIVE555 library -
> the fact that the server is performing a 'trick play' operation is
> completely transparent to the VLC client. I.e., VLC's rendering code
> will continue to see what it thinks is a regular Transport Stream -
> with no discontinuity in PCR timestamps - so you won't need to make
> any changes there.
> Ross Finlayson
> Live Networks, Inc.
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