[vlc-devel] VLC for IOS: Need help to display UDP MPEG TS
Felix Paul Kühne
fkuehne at videolan.org
Mon Sep 1 20:56:24 CEST 2014
> On 01 Sep 2014, at 14:02, Janssens Dorus <Dorus.Janssens at ksgr.ch> wrote:
> Im currently working in a hospital where we offer our patients live video streaming. We can display our stream with you VLC for IOS, but we have some coporate design wich doesnt allow to use the app directly.
> We have to develop our own solution, and we would love to build this on your solution. Is it possible that someone who knows the IOS App has some time to look at my problem?
> Current Problem:
> We tried with Cocoa GDCAsynchUdpSocket to catch the stream and endcode it with the AV Framework. This doesnt seem to work at all.
> After all i gave a look in your source code and would like to take the udp streaming part, but i get confiused how i exactly can use this. Could someone explain me which code i need to get the udp stream and how to display it finaly? I would be very pleased.
I recommend you having a look at the MobileVLCKit framework, which forms the technical base of VLC for iOS including the requested stream capabilities. It is licensed under the LGPLv2.1, so it is ok to use it within your own application like some are already doing on the iOS App Store if you comply to the license. Part of that license agreement includes that you need to share and publish changes you do against our code (if applicable), but there are more.
Anyway, MobileVLCKit is available through CocoaPods so you can easily deploy it and there is sample code available on http://git.videolan.org in the VLCKit.git to do basic tests and stuff.
You are welcome to email me on or off list for any help you might need.
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