[vlc-devel] Not-static file AVI-Streaming

Kaarlo Räihä kaarlo.raiha at gmail.com
Mon Oct 3 14:46:45 CEST 2011

2011/10/3 Marco Pelusi <marco.pelusi at gmail.com>

> Hello to everyone,
> I use an application that capture openGL windows and, setting a frame rate
> (frame per second FPS), create an AVI video that save in a folder (default
> folder c:\Tmp); I have to send this AVI video in real time streaming (for
> example via UDP) in a LAN network between two computers and I would like use
> VLC to send the AVI in streaming.
> In this case VLC should read the AVI not from a static file but from Taksi
> while create it, therefore VLC has to read an AVI file not as a file
> completed but as a flow of bytes that are creating the AVI file.

You mean piping?

> Do you know if I could modify the VLC's code to make that? Any suggestions?
> Someone did it or similar?
> An alternative should be send from the application that create the AVI file
> the flow of bytes to a specific port and address and open VLC to receive
> them; in this case I have to know well the structure of VLC UDP datagrams.
> What do you suggest?
> Thanks a lot for the help.
> Marco
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