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weikechen cwk1270 at 163.com
Wed Jul 18 04:55:14 CEST 2007

Thank you for your reply!!

I have installed cygwin on my computer. I don't  compile vlc player on my computer because it's no use in our project. 

Now there is another problem:
My aim: is to use vlc player to play the video stream sent by myself.
First : I use vlc player to transcode an avi video file(original_data.avi) to mpeg ts format(test.ts), the original_data.avi is about 45MB, the test.ts is about 48MB. 
Then: I write some codes to read the test.ts from the harddisk and sent it to the address of use UDP. Just send the test.ts packet by packet with no process on format or any other aspect. Then use vlc player to play the stream on the port of 1234. 
But I failed. It can't work.
When I use vlc player to stream out the test.ts, use another vlc player to play the stream ,it works correctly.

Can anyone give me some suggestion? 
Should I process the test.ts packets to specified format before send it out? If so , what's the format?

sincerely weikechen

在2007-07-18,"Pierre d'Herbemont" <pdherbemont at free.fr> 写道:

On 17 juil. 07, at 17:33, Rémi Denis-Courmont wrote:

> Le mardi 17 juillet 2007, weikechen a écrit :
>> Hi , all:
>>         I want to use libvlc in my project. My platform is windows XP
>> and VisualStudio 2005 using C++. I have found everywhere to get a
>> demo using libvlc.dll in c++, but I can't find it . Anyone please
>> give me a demo or give me an address to download  or somewhere to
>> find more information ! Thank you very much!
> We cannot support the C/C++ bindings on VS due to limitations of the
> Microsoft C compiler. Please use mingw, msys, Cygwin or any other
> gcc-based environment.

And when you have succesfully installed gcc, I'll be happy to ear  
your feedback on this page:


Good luck,

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