[vlc-devel] Not-static file AVI-Streaming
marco.pelusi at gmail.com
Mon Oct 3 17:09:11 CEST 2011
Thanks Kaarlo for the answer; piping uses file completed but in my case (I'm
using Taksi, a free open source software similar to Fraps) I have to send in
real time to the LAN the AVI video that Taksi create while records the video
inside the openGL windows.
This AVI file is not completed until Taksi stop the recording and Taksi has
to send the video during recording; VLC on second PC has to receive on
rtp://@:1234 for example.
Maybe file "avi.c" in vlc-1.1.11\modules\demux\avi and "rtp.c" in
vlc-1.1.11\modules\access\rtp are related to that.
Please let me know if it's possible.
2011/10/3 Kaarlo Räihä <kaarlo.raiha at gmail.com>
> 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.
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