[vlc-devel] [Videolan-devel] trying to write a sample video streaming application

Parveen Jain parveenjain at live.com
Wed Jun 9 10:37:40 CEST 2010

  In that case, Is it possible from VLC to generate two independent streams for audio and video without encapsulation.If yes , can you please help me with command ?  I explored mail archive of VLC for this, but found that VLC can not do rtp streaming without encapsulation.Is it really the case ?
Regards,Parveen Jain

> From: remi at remlab.net
> To: vlc-devel at videolan.org
> Subject: Re: [Videolan-devel] trying to write a sample video streaming application
> Date: Sat, 5 Jun 2010 16:08:14 +0300
> CC: parveenjain at live.com
> Le vendredi 4 juin 2010 09:52:02 Parveen Jain, vous avez écrit :
> > Hi All,
> >   I am writing a SIP application , which will establish a video session(by
> > sending SIP INVITE) with peer entity and once it gets confirmation from
> > the peer(200 OK of SIP) the application will send out the video stream to
> > his designated RTP port. For this I am trying to explore the video
> > streaming capabilities of VLC.I know that VLC can do video streaming using
> > RTP/UDP very easily(using command line).The same thing I am trying to
> > achieve using its External APIs.I had tried to explore the APIs of
> > "libVlc-dev" but somehow got confused in its usage for creating such video
> > streaming application.My current requirements are just to read from a
> > video file and stream it using a very basic video codec(it can be H248).
> There are is no well defined API to stream with LibVLC. You need to set the 
> "sout" options as you would do with the command line VLC. You should add the 
> option to the LibVLC media item provided to the LibVLC media player.
> -- 
> Rémi Denis-Courmont
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