That takes awhile — maybe as long as the video length itself is? No drops are recorded, but the sound, though not terrible, has some pops. Try with the debug flag also to see if more information comes up. In the meantime I'm adding 32bit desktop to the requirements. Can you try updating to the latest release, 0. I have attached the ffmpeg command and ffprobe of the input. Hello all, I'm rather new to gstreamer and am working on a project to get H264 video from my Logitech C920 webcam with uvch264src and stream it using the rtmpsink in gstreamer.
I would say YouTube tries to be somewhat robust and will not declare your stream has ended until maybe 30 seconds after you have stopped your program. You will need onde script per camera. Then from there open html page and play the stream using jwplayer. I'll have to pull out my ubuntu install and check it on that. So it appears ffmpeg is really working it to produce this audio stream. Stream Health varies between oK, to Excellent to not receiving — all during the same streaming session! Something seems strange, though because the command line shows I was downloading at about 10fps, so it seems that some video would be lost in the vlc recording.
The version I am playing with now comes with Raspbian — no need to compile like in the bad old days. So this is definitely my best effort yet. Thanks, Lexenstar Port 80 BindAddress 0. So I fix the bandwidth which was a typo in the above, but one with an interesting result. I'm having a problem which i don't know if it's a bug or misuse from my side. And I found the ones purpose-built are just too expensive to justify.
We recommend that you use a stream bitrate of 2500 Kbps. Edit — Actually I think that the code on that page has definitely been applied as ffmpeg can capture mjpeg streams from webcams. All the below commands are run as root. I finally made a breakthrough this week and started to generate some decent live streams on my Youtube channel, after a lot of misfires. No decoder has achieved perfection, so adding a decoder is adding another project that will surely need some work.
I set video bandwidth to -b:v 1200k. Bad Bad video settings Please use a keyframe frequency of four seconds or less. Can you run this command, and see if the file it outputs contains video? I felt the omni recording mode was the worst in this regard. Previously we were sending a key frame more frequently — every two seconds. Thus Camera does not turn on.
Trim 4740, 4779 ++ NewClip1. So actually it delivered good sound for three hours straight with a few staticky spots. What does -f 93 in the link mean? The comparable Logitech webcam test is here: I need to re-run this test now that I know how to increase the video quality. If you published the complete, uncropped log file of the whole job, we would be able to understand what happens. Bandwidth used is about 1900 kbps. So far I have tested some pipelines but it doesn't really work yet.
I spoke about some of the many quirks of YouTube which are relevant to this project. Because I run it on a Windows server I create a. We need to use the -g parameter group of pictures at about twice our frame rate, plus, maybe, a no-scenecut argument. Now can we change the title of this thread?! Any ideas on what could be wrong? My apologies to the x265 team. It could be ffmpeg bug.
L'accès au chemin d'accès 'api-ms-win-core-processthreads-l1-1-0. I believe this problem is cause by running a non 32bit desktop. Now you can run it. So I may look at more ways to reduce the bandwidth required in the future. Then I showed how to launch the audio-only livestream upon power-up of the Ras Pi. That shows a problem with the player, not for once your stream.
This will allow you to start streaming by just running the. Total bandwidth used is about 611 kbps. Trim 4425, 4739 ++ NewClip1. I've got it to stream for over a day stable and without problems. I'm not interested in the audio for now.