[vlc-devel] RTSP client 'trick play' support. When will it ever work??
finlayson at live555.com
Thu Jul 9 17:40:48 CEST 2009
>Le Thursday 09 July 2009 08:14:33 Ross Finlayson, vous avez écrit :
>> So, the real problem is that VLC - in step 2 - is sending a "PLAY"
>> command without an end time, despite the fact that the SDP
>> description (returned in response to "DESCRIBE") had a range end
>> time. "ms->playEndTime()" *should* be non-zero (because "*ms" was
>> created using the SDP description). Could you please check this??
>If you want to play from beginning to the end, you should send 0-, not 0-end.
Ah, OK - I think I see what you're saying now.
You're saying that you think that the client
(VLC) is *correct* in sending "0-" in its "PLAY"
request, even though the SDP in the "DESCRIBE"
response specified a range??
Mumble... I'm not sure about this. But, in the
spirit of "be conservative in what you send",
I'll go ahead and try changing our RTSP server
implementation to send back "0-<range-end-time>"
in its RTSP "PLAY" response, even in this case.
I'll see if this then makes VLC happy. Stay
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