Ffmpeg stream to VLC

I'm trying to stream my local webcam using FFMPEG. For test purposes, I'm doing this locally and try to open the stream using VLC (3.0.8, Windows 10). This is how I stream from FFMPEG: ffmpeg -f dshow -i video=Microsoft Camera Front -preset fast -s 1280x720 -vcodec libx264 -tune ssim -b 500k -f mpegts udp:// How to http stream FFMPEG encoded frames with VLC. 1. I have a python script that write images (numpy arrays) on the standard output. I want to keep this frames and encode them h264 with FFMPEG, using GPU, then give it to vlc to expose a stream over http. Here there's a working example of my apporach, without the part of h264 encoding

Even ​ VLC can pick up the stream from ffmpeg, then redistribute it, acting as a server. Since FFmpeg is at times more efficient than VLC at doing the raw encoding, this can be a useful option compared to doing both transcoding and streaming in VLC 3 thoughts on Streaming to YouTube Live with VLC and FFMPEG Páll Zoltán November 4, 2016 at 7:57 pm. This is nice and all but FLV1 is not gonna be very datafriendly and nice looking. I was hoping to stream F4V or an MP4 (something tells me they're pretty much the same) with h264 but I keep getting some errors about muxing VLC Streaming to Chromecast Only for Windows Version VLC 3.0[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]References and additional resources & Developer VLC CLI command wiki Joergens Blog Livecasting GoPro Live streaming Hero3 Hero4 with VLC. Wowza Ffmpeg Examples. VLC Forum VLC RTSP Streaming. Streaming How To VLM How T It sounds stupid,but it's easier to download it through FFMPEG and just open it again in VLC (so 2 sources) (so do what Jagabo wrote and do your method opening with VLC too) But from your message i understand that the stream is cutting out? *press the loop button in VLC (if stream cuts out after couple of seconds/minutes),but most likely every time it refreshes your recording stops

ffmpeg -i test.mkv -f mpegts -codec copy - | vlc - here i still transcode to transportstreams, but also vlc doesnt display it and somehow only a bar is running back and forth. I gave up on piping and now only put it on an mpegts stream:-c:v libx264 -preset superfast -tune zerolatency -c:a aac -ar 44100 -f mpegts udp:// C: VLC-Media-Open Network Stream- udp://@:1935 - Does not open. Trying the same but sending to localhost instead of IP, and opening VLC locally gives similar result. If I make the output from ffmpeg a file instead of to an UDP-connection, the file has the result I would've liked to see streamed live

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  1. -f mpegts - video and audio will be packed into MPEG transport stream (MPEG TS) udp:// - MPEG transport stream is sent via UDP protocol to computer with IP address on IP port 5000. Play camera stream Windows/Linux. On destination computer stream can be watched using VLC player. go to menu Media->Open Network Stream..
  2. g is working fine. We'll show how you can open the RTP stream with three tools: FFmpeg, GStreamer, and VLC
  3. g through ffmpeg/libav. When librtmp support is enabled for ffmpeg/libav then RTMPS might work too. However I have not tested RTMPS strea

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  1. So I need 3 different computers, with the first I stream to Youtube and record multicast with ffmpeg the 1080p, with the second I write the stream to a file, with the third I reduce it to 720p and stream udp to VLC. Looks crazy
  2. g with FFMPEG alone required that I send the stream to any receivers directly, which meant that I had to know exactly what computers would be monitoring the feed. I also liked that using FFSERVER allowed me to view the stream in VLC
  3. Structure of stream output. Stream output is the name of the feature of VLC media player that allows to output any stream read by VLC to a file or as a network stream instead of displaying it. Different kind of processing can be applied to the stream during this process (transcoding, re-scaling, filters, re-muxing)
  4. The mpeg2video container also supports h.264, but only ffplay plays the stream properly with low latency. OBS demuxer adds huge latency to such stream and VLC wouldn't even play it. I tried using VLC, as OBS also support VLC libraries, but it turns out that VLC has some demuxing latencies for mpegts
  5. I took a look at your logs, and FFmpeg is reporting getting a large number of duplicate frames from your camera. Odd that FFmpeg would get that if VLC is playing the stream fine though. The MaxFPS setting shouldn't cause any problems, since as far as FFmpeg sees, your camera just keeps sending the same image over and over
  6. g from live feed 'feed1' Feed camera.ffm # Format of the stream : you can choose among: # mpeg : MPEG-1 multiplexed video and audio # mpegvideo : only MPEG-1 video # mp2 : MPEG-2 audio.

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I want to get a seekable stream from a google drive file but When calling, it works and it returns the video stream but it does not show me the duration of the video nor does it allow me to advance or rewind it. img of stream in vlc Issue. I want to stream raw RGB24 frames to ffmpeg stdin, and pipe h.264 from ffmpeg into VLC, which then serves an HTTP MJPEG stream on some arbitrary port.I can get results with either program independently but I can't get the piping to work. I doubt it matters, but this is a Raspberry Pi 4B rev 1.2 with a v1 5MP camera running Pi OS ARM32 (whatever version was newest about July 2020)

VLC/Live555 requires this to be set to 1, to be able to receive the stream. The RTP stack in libavformat for receiving requires all streams to be sent on unique ports. Example command lines follow. To broadcast a stream on the local subnet, for watching in VLC Perfect, thanks a ton. If I'd like to use an application such as VLC to receive the stream from the server, can ffmpeg listen for a connection and output to local port 1935 as well? - Pandazoic Mar 18 '19 at 0:1 After installing VLC on your operating system, open it and click on the Media tab. Choose Convert / Save. Click on the +Add button and choose your input mkv file. After adding that file using the Add option, click on the Convert/Save button at the bottom of the screen, which should have gotten enabled now VLC command to send ffmpeg input to Serviio Online Source as http stream: (checks as ok in Serviio, but does not play on Sony) Code: :sout=#standard {access=http,mux=ts,dst=:1234/go.ts} :sout-keep. ffmpeg -i output (ffmpeg udp stream to VLC http, does not play on Sony): Code: [h264 @ 0000000000311de0] non-existing PPS 0 referenced Streaming for the iPhone. This functionality allows you to link VLC's transcoding capability with a segmenter which will in turn create the series of files needed for http live streaming to the iPhone. Unlike most of VLC's streaming, it doesn't actually stream the files, but assumes that you have your own webserver which will do that job

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15. I try to stream live audio using ffmpeg and external USB microphone. I followed this nearly tutorial. I had to adapt some steps but finally, I achieved to receive the stream my laptop using this command : ffmpeg -f oss -i /dev/dsp1 -acodec libmp3lame -ab 32k -ac 1 -re -f rtp rtp:// The CPU is near 100%, i have a bad. Unable to decode rtsp stream from VLC. I need help. I am trying to decode rtsp stream from VLC. I used the VLC streaming feature to stream a file with tracnscoding activated for Profile: Video - H.264 + MP3 (MP4). Then i used ffmpeg avformat_open_input on the rtsp url. And used av_read_frame to receive the bitstream from the rtsp stream

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TV box (multicast) --> ffmpeg (multicast into MPEG transport stream) --> client VLC? (rx mpegts) Assume: The Video stream will not exit the local LAN. The client that receives the MPEG transport stream cannot join or receive a multicast stream. The TV box cannot transmit a MPEG transport stream. Like @dirkt said FFmpeg is a free, open-source command-line utility with tools for live streaming. In essence, FFmpeg is a program for converting, recording, splicing, editing, playing, encoding, muxing, demuxing, and streaming multimedia files. It works with audio, images, and video in basically any codec or format used in the past 20 years To stream a DVD: Go to Media [menu] -> Streaming -> Disc (make sure right drive is listed), hit Stream. (You may want to click No DVD menus and/or select a specific title. Now for both: Click on Destinations, change destination to http, click add, change url to /go.mpg. Now you'll want to stream it using mp3 audio output, so. The problem is, there is no native support in browsers for RTSP streams , But there is a workaround for this. It is to re-stream RTSP to HLS (HTTP Live Streaming) using ffmpeg and then using video.js and its hls plugin in the browser to view the stream, which will be explained in this article. 1. INSTALLING FFMPEG

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Open VLC Media Player and click on Tools > Preferences or press Ctrl-P to open the settings window of the program. If you are using the simple settings interface, click on Input & Codecs on the left sidebar and make sure Hardware-accelerated decoding is set to Automatic. If you notice issues, try setting it to one of the available decoding options This example will just perform the video stream from your web camera to the VLC player. The FFMPEG command will use input source -i as an integrated camera (web camera). The bit rate for the video stream should be chosen according to used codec and resolution. This setting mean video bitrate 2014 kbit/s -b:v 2014k Here, we are going to describe how to stream and receive with FFmpeg and VLC. So, we already encoded the video files and now we want to stream them. The syntax goes like this: ffmpeg -re -i input_file.ts -c copy -f mpegts udp:// Here, we are copying the video(-c copy) and streaming over UDP to the destination I use a different approach on feeding Wowza with the camera stream. With FFMPEG, you can feed Wowza just like with VLC, but it's a lot less CPU intensive, you have a lot more control and reliability, and you just need to use one command line. This is the current command line I use for this

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If I stream using VLC, the receiver has a huge number of missed packets, corrupted macroblock, decoding errors etc. The video is unusable, with around 1/3 the screen covered in solid blocks of colour. I tried playing with the caching values in VLC but, while it gave me the same start delay as ffmpeg, it didn't fix the problem - ffmpeg -t option can now be used for inputs, to limit the duration of data read from an input file - incomplete Voxware MetaSound decoder - read EXIF metadata from JPEG - DVB teletext decoder - phase filter ported from libmpcodecs - w3fdif filter - Opus support in Matroska - FFV1 version 1.3 is stable and no longer experimental - FFV1: YUVA. Start up VLC and open the Stream. You specify the address of the multicast stream like in Figure 5. In my case it is udp://@ and all appears to work correctly Figure 5. Setting up the VLC to play my multicast stream from within Windows. I have opened this stream on 3 different machines on the same network and it works perfectly

With previous command, VLC must generate stream for everybody who connects. It is no problem when you have connected up to 3-4 users. But if there are more of them, link will be excessively loaded. In this case you should use multicast, when one stream is generated for an arbitrary number of listeners With this code, I can recover, process and live-stream the video coming from the onboard CSI camera to a client PC. or FFmpeg or VLC using an SDP file. However, I would like to use an RTSP stream, so that a do not have to use an SDP file, which would more easy for the future From my googling of VLC and fixing stream dropouts with rtp, I found out that FFmpeg can stream via rtp nativley, with no need to use FFserver. I thought this couldn't possibly work, but I tried it out using the following command: ffmpeg -f oss -i /dev/dsp -acodec libmp3lame -ab 32k -ac 1 -re -f rtp rtp:// In this video I stream an IP Camera to a web browser using ffmpeg. The video is served using nginx web browser set up on Ubuntu linux.Video notes: https://ww.. No, vMix cannot send a udp stream nativly. But: vMix can send the output to external vMix Audio/Video direct show device. And from there ffmpeg can grab the video and send it by udp. No, there isn't a video tutorial abut this. Just try:-Activate external output-Download ffmpeg and open command prompt. Put in command with a vaild I

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VLC/FFMPEG implementation expertise. CC 608/708 closed caption extraction + SCTE-35 (Ad insertion marker) (RTP/RTSP Source MPEG-TS) -> TX-Server (Produce m3u8, *.ts, *.vtt) -> HLS capable Player. Goal: Create module/codec for VLC or FFMPEG for extracting Closed captions and create SCTE - 35 trigger for ad-insertion marker in map 0:1 or 1:0 the audio stream will exist . And we can split them with ffmpeg or vlc . in ffmpeg. ffmpeg -i rtp:// -videoConfig -audioConfig -f rtp first out -f rtp second out the syntax

Re-streaming an ONVIF IP camera stream with ffmpeg and VLC Posted on January 20, 2020 by A. Cicuta I had to test work done on an ONVIF IP camera and so I needed a way to see whatever the camera was streaming apt-get install ffmpeg. 2. Install VLC. We will use VLC for recording but it relys on ffmpeg for encoding. apt-get install vlc. 3. Record the stream. Here are two examples of how you can record RTSP streams. VLC and ffmpeg offer hundreds of options so you may need to look up the man pages for the tools to find options that fits your needs ffmpeg -f video4linux2 -s cif -i /dev/video0 -x264opts slice-max-size=1400:vbv-maxrate=100:vbv-bufsize=200:fps=25 -f mp4 -vcodec libx264 -tune zerolatency -f rtp rtp: Can be played with (where test.sdp should include the generated SDP): ./vlc -vvv test.sdp Using VLC to stream over RTP AND display live stream I really mean simple, this is a one command line UDP stream from the BeagleBoard (running Ubuntu ARM) to my desktop (IP address in this example), the source video is an FLV file inside the ARM-board: $ ffmpeg -i UNIQLO_MIXPLAY.flv -v 0 -vcodec mpeg4 -f mpegts udp: 1234. ffmpeg streaming from BeagleBoard played by VLC.

Otherwise vlc and mplayer will play your stream (they don't seem to care) but Microsoft's Windows Media Player will tell you it can't open the stream! Example asf streaming config/ command-line: This was with VLC media player 2.0.1 Twoflower (revision 2.0.1-0-gf432547 And as software dev, I know that ffmpeg or VLC could just as well decode movies into separate audio stream and video stream for using in Unity, probably offering more supported video formats while at it. So why they are still using outdated QuickTime? darkhog, Mar 5, 2015 #1

I just needed to record a video stream. Usually, I use mplayer for these kinds of jobs, but this time it failed. However, on the internet I found a way to do it using VLC, which apparently has quite a command line interface tells it to stream the output to a file, in mpeg-ts format, with a file name of test.ts in the Videos/record folder. Finally: Code: --run-time=30 vlc://quit. tells it to run for 30 seconds and then quit. 1 & 3 work perfectly There are the 3 stages that build up the Stream: Capture, Encode and Go Live. Now more about each of them. Capture - on this stage we capture input stream as a raw data. It could be a file or another stream used as a source. Encode - preparing and formatting the input stream. Encode to RBG/HSV pixel format to be able to analyze and edit each frame

A video file is not useful for only the movies or songs for your entertainment. But it can also be useful for the businesses to store various information like the recording of a meeting with the client, informative tutorials, advertisement of your business, and official party, etc. There is a separate field of marketing called Continue reading Repairing Corrupt Video File With FFmpeg. The simplest command line you can use to generate an RTP session composed by an audio stream and a video stream is: ffmpeg -re -i input.mpg -vcodec copy -an -f rtp rtp:// -vn -acodec copy -f rtp rtp:// -newaudio. Analysing this command line About the only reason I ever still use VLC is for streaming to upnp devices and captures. not knocking it, VLC is awesome don't get me wrong, it's usually appreciated more by advanced users who are doing more than watching. libav-user@ffmpeg.org. 9 replies Streaming to vlc. started 2012-08-16 07:41:08 UTC. gstreamer-devel@lists.freedesktop.

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Just open up a terminal and run this command: ffmpeg -list_devices true -f dshow -i dummy . The Game Capture (Video) stream should be included. If you don't, you can use VLC to figure this out. Open VLC and go to Media -> Open Capture Device... , then find it in the Video Device Name dropdown as shown below. :dshow-adev: This is the same. Rest of the implementation is simple. We need FFMPEG to convert the stream and create a web server to serve the generated HLS playlist. To make it effective, I also created a cleaner which will clean the old files so that our folders will not be filled up. Below are the details of each step I performed. 1 - Stream IP Camera to VLC playe Open VLC player and add the video you want to convert. On the Audio settings window, select a sample rate that is the same as the original file. Convert the file and the audio should play. 3. Change standard compliance . VLC users FFMPEG to convert files. It is the underlying codec for many of the files that it converts. Open VLC player. Go to. I. Open VLC and select Open Network Stream via the Media menu.II. Input your IP camera's RTSP string (credentials included) i.e rtsp://test:test@192.168.... FFmpeg is a free, open-source multimedia framework that includes a set of tools which can be used by end users for transcoding, streaming, and playing, as well as a set of libraries for developers to use in applications. These libraries are valuable to developers as they add support for virtually all media formats including .mkv, .flv, and .mov

A basic FFmpeg command uses the format. ffmpeg [input-options] -i [input-file] [output-options] [output-stream-URI]Where: [input-options] apply to the input, or source, file.For example, you can use -s to specify the size of the file. [input-file] is the video file or the stream URL.[output-options] apply to the output, or destination.For example, the -f option specifies the output container. 1.1 Video streaming is a problem. 1.2 Problems. 1.3 Raspicam basics. 2 Solution. 2.1 Solution 1 : OGG/VORBIS + Icecast. 2.1.1 How to stream in OGG to Icecast. A. Compile FFMPEG on pi & server (see below) B. Start capture in a screen. C. Use rsync to infinitely synchronise chunks on server Build with multiple processes to increase build speed and suppress excessive output: make -j -s. Using FFmpeg to do software 1:1 transcode is simple: ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -c:a copy -c:v h264 -b:v 5M output.mp4. -c:a copy. copies the audio stream without any re-encoding. -c:v h264 Step 2: Encode your video for the iPhone. Once you have a working version of FFMpeg it is time to create an X264 encoded stream that will work with the iPhone. There are a few things to note before diving in: The supported bitrates for streaming are: 100 Kbps to 1.6 Mbps. The suggested bitrates for streaming are*

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  1. Here, it will be 192.168..2, an Ubuntu 8.04 machine with VLC 0.9.8a, ffmpeg SVN-r16245 (built from source) and x264 .65.1057 (built from source). Then, we need to copy some media files on the server
  2. Aug 30, 2018. #2. I'm not sure about opening an NDI stream directly in VLC, but if you have ffmpeg with NDI support you can read the feed, transcode it, and pass it back to VLC with ffmpeg's built-in http service: ffmpeg.exe -f libndi_newtek -i NDI Source Name (IN 1) -vf yadif -c:v libx264 -preset veryfast -crf 20 -c:a aac -f matroska -listen.
  3. FFmpeg in Action. FFmpeg is used by many projects, including Google Chrome and VLC player. You can easily integrate NVIDIA hardware-acceleration to these applications by configuring FFmpeg to use NVIDIA GPUs for video encoding and decoding tasks. HandBrake is an open-source video transcoder available for Linux, Mac, and Windows
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Thanks in advance. Nicolas August 21, 2018, 12:12pm #2. Yes, you can use RTSP to get a video stream from an Anafi: vlc rtsp://anafi.local/live. Note that there is a bug in VLC 2.x with some features used on the Anafi live stream, so the video won't be perfect The bug is corrected on VLC 3 and newer versions A Qt GUI and perl server to control a Uniden bcd396t Scanner locally or over a network using a serial port. Can handle multiple clients at the same time and can launch an external program to stream audio (ffmpeg or vlc etc). The QT GUI runs as a widget in the system tray and can be controlled via the system tray icon

2. Use VLC to Stream Video to TV on Mac. VLC player is available for Mac users as well for free of cost. You can also stream videos to Apple TV using VLC for Mac devices. Using a VLC media player for Mac, you can easily stream videos from Mac to TV. For a situation, we are using a Mac computer as a source and Windows as the destination Machine I am using OBS Studio to output a UDP multicast stream to my building, and viewing with VLC. I can view the stream just fine with VLC version 2.2.6, but the stream won't play (or it plays with audio only) in version 3.0.1. The stream settings are as follows: Container: mpegts. Video encoder: libx264 at 512kbps

vlc: ffmpeg encoder error: cannot find encoder MPEG Audio layer 1/2/3. Package: access `', demux `', name `heist60.mpeg' [00000210] main stream output debug: stream=`transcode' [00000211] main private debug: looking for sout stream module [00000211] main private debug: probing 1 candidate [00000210] main stream output debug: stream=`std. I am trying to get mpd to play an rtsp audio stream. mpd uses ffmpeg for these streams, or so it appears, so I am tyying to get it to play, first, in ffmpeg. A bit of research and it seems to be capable of it Muxer / audio and video formats matrix. This table describes which video and audio formats VLC can output, and how these can be muxed. Example: MPEG4 can be muxed in any way, however if you want to stream Window Media Video, then you cannot use PS, MP4 or RAW muxing VLC, which is built with FFmpeg, is an excellent open-source alternative, but simply using another software may not always be a viable solution (and you may not always have another version of a file to work with, either). Many popular video editors such as Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, and DaVinci Resolve all have their own limitations.

VLC and FFMPEG Media Manager Middleware for Video Streaming Please Bid only if you Know VLC and FFMPEG and Apache and Linux and Video/Audio Transcoding I need a middleware application that uses VLC Media Manager options or FFMPEG options as Middleware for Video Streaming control of my web site's media We need to add an ffmpeg compatible camera to the camera integration. Set the platform to ffmpeg and choose a prefered name, in this case RasPi4. We will then be able the reference the camera with the entity ID camera.raspi4. Set the input attribute to the RTSP address we used earlier to test the stream in VLC Hey all, I know this is a Gstreamer forum, but I was wondering if anyone knows how can I view an H264 RTP stream created by Gstreamer using ffmpeg or VLC. When trying to play the stream using URI, both ffmpeg and VLC request for an SDP file. I tried giving it an SDP file, but the image was very badly corrupted and looked more like garbage than my actual video ffmpeg -re -I bbb_sunflower_1080p_60fps_normal.mp4 -vcodec copy -loop -1 -c:a aac -b:a 160k -ar 44100 -strict -2 -f flv rtmp: The video he is streaming (specified with the -I argument) is the open source Big Buck Bunny video from blender.org. For details about the other arguments, see the ffmpeg documentation ProExcellent streaming support. Because ffmpeg allows transcoding on the fly and supports multiple streaming protocols such as rtmp, rtsp, http, ftp, hls, you can use it to stream to services such as twitch.tv or set up your own streaming solution. You can use both local realtime recordings or another stream as a source, transcode it if.

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1). Install FFmpeg on your Windows computer. 2). Get the RTSP address. For a stable RTSP address, we will need to set a Static IP and set up DDNS for your ANNKE device. 3). Get the YouTube stream key: Once your YouTube account has access to YouTube Live, you can find the stream key as the below picture shows. 3 Please Stop Talking and Just Give Me the Command. Ok, if you are in a hurry to convert AVI to MP4 using FFmpeg, then simply run the following FFmpeg command. It should work for most of the use-cases. ffmpeg -i input_filename.avi -c:v copy -c:a copy -y output_filename.mp4. In this commandline, you are providing I have looked all over the web at different options (ffmpeg and VLC seem to be what it comes down to). I cannot seem to find ffmpeg options for just an HTTP stream like VLC has. I am looking for some direction and maybe some quick examples to get me on the right track. audio vlc real-time. Share Method 1of 2:Taking a Still Screenshot. Use hotkeys to take the screenshot. For Windows, press Shift + s or Ctrl + Alt + S. For Mac, it's Command + Alt + S . Or, use the Video menu. Click Video at the top of the screen, and select Snapshot. You can also do this. Right click on the video, Video> Take Snapshot

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direct udp stream. Raspi with camera; raspivid -a 12 -t 0 -w 1280 -h 720 -hf -ih -fps 30 -o udp:// -a 12 # annotate -t 0 # timeout disabled (default=5s) -w 1280 # width -h 720 # height -hf # horizontal flip #-vf # vertical flip -ih # insert inline headers to stream -fps 30 # frames per second -0 udp:// # send stream to ip:por Buy fmuser FBE200 Encoder H.264 / H.265 HEVC IPTV Encoder, HD Video Encoder, Support HLS M3U8 ffmpeg VLC, HTTP RTSP RTMP UDP ONVIF for YouTube, Facebook, Wowza Live Streaming, LAN Connection: Video Converters - Amazon.com FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchase So I'm wondering if anyone can advise either with getting VLC to co-operate or using fmpeg to 'reprocess' the files in some why that will make them work as they should with VLC. I'm also tempted by the idea of using ffmpeg to convert the files from 50fps to 25fps. The video quality of the 'old' 1280x720 videos at 25fps wa

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FFmpeg has a gdigrab input option [which doesn't offer audio capture] for capturing the windows desktop. So far I prefer my own, the topmost one. I even take feature requests! Post navigation. Previous Post how to stream from vlc (input) to ps3 media server ps3ms Next Post how to use VLC to stream your desktop live (windows) with audio. Rod <***@gmail.com> added the comment: Shouldn't VOFW (swscale_internal.h) be defaulted to something greater that 2048? _____ FFmpeg issue tracker <***@roundup.ffmpeg.

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