[vlc-devel] multicast stream receiving problems
kaarlo.raiha at gmail.com
Fri Dec 28 07:29:33 CET 2012
2012/12/28 fayyaz lodhi <fayyazkl at gmail.com>
> No response. Perhaps i haven't shown enough effort.
> If i pull any version of git code (2.1.0 and i even reverted to commits
> around 2.4.0 release) and cross compile it successfully, the resultant
> binary has hanging play back on windows i.e. there is buffering and long
> pauses. Multicast streaming fails to work at all. Where as a simple video
> file play back also hangs initially and gets smooth after a while.
Does Tools -> Messages (set Verbosity to 2) complain something during
> Along with this any released version such as 2.0.4 or 2.0.5 works
> perfectly fine on the same machine (win xp 64 bit).
> I cross compiled using standard vlc wiki instructions with some extended
> steps found in forums such as remake qt4 and remove npapi from package.mak
> Any help please. I also tried increase network buffering from command line
> up to max value but no effect.
> On Mon, Dec 24, 2012 at 3:53 PM, fayyaz lodhi <fayyazkl at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> I am using vlc source 2.1.0 from git repo for multicast streaming.
>> I am cross compiling on ubuntu / mint and running on windows 7 machines.
>> The cross compiled binary works well with udp multicast streams with high
>> bandwidth machine. But often with slightly low bandwidth (about 2mb), there
>> is buffering, play back hanging and pauses.
>> When diagnosing, i used some released version of vlc (2.0.4 or earlier)
>> which plays stream perfectly fine at the same bandwidth.
>> I originally moved to 2.1.0 git version because of installer generation
>> script issue i.e. i was told on forums that 2.4.0 and 2.5.0 source has
>> problems generating nsis installer and witnessed the same.
>> Can some one please confirm / help if there are any buffering / delay /
>> hanging issues with multicast streaming in the version 2.1.0 git code? If
>> so any advice to resolve those would be really helpful.
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