[libav-tools] capture and stream to rtmp from a single source?
jeremy at skidrow.la
Thu Dec 12 05:37:39 CET 2013
On Dec 11, 2013, at 8:10 PM, Jeremy Hansen <jeremy at skidrow.la> wrote:
> On Dec 11, 2013, at 5:32 AM, Luca Barbato <lu_zero at gentoo.org> wrote:
>> On 11/12/13 03:41, Jeremy Hansen wrote:
>>> Right now I’m using avconv to capture video from a BlackMagic Design Mini Recorder PCIe card. This is working great. My next step is to trying to stream live to a rtmp server (Using nginx and the rtmp module).
>>> Here’s my current command line:
>>> bmdcapture -C 0 -m 14 -V 3 -A 2 -F nut -f pipe:1 | \
>>> avconv -y -i - -c:v libx264 -c:a aac -ar 44100 -strict experimental -s 640x360 -b:a 160k /pub/video/"$SHOW"_$TIME.mp4
>>> What would I have to do to stream to rtmp as well?
>> Have a rtmp server somewhere (crtmpd is my current favourite) and
>> replace /pub/video/"$SHOW"_$TIME.mp4 with rtmp://serverhost/app/path/
> Understood, but I’m trying to write to both a file and a stream simultaneously.
> I have this working…meaning, it starts, but rapidly fails after a few moments. Here’s my current command line:
> bmdcapture -C 0 -m 14 -V 3 -A 2 -F nut -f pipe:1 | avconv -y -i - -copytb -c:v libx264 -c:a aac -ar 44100 -strict experimental -s 640x360 -b:a 160k /pub/video/"$SHOW"_$TIME.mp4 -f flv -c:v libx264 -c:a aac -ar 22050 -strict experimental -s 384x216 -b:a 64k rtmp://live.mysite.com/myapp/video
> But it fails after some moments with this error:
> Stopping Capture 22 q=28.0 q=31.0 size= 5138kB time=62.48 bitrate= 673.6kbits/s
> Failed to update header with correct duration.0kB time=62.96 bitrate= 672.7kbits/s
> [flv @ 0x248b7c0] Failed to update header with correct file size.
> Any clues as to what this is?
Also, while I’m at it, I’d would like to avoid using flv so my video feed will work on things like iPhone mobile devices restricted to html5, but flv was the only format that seemed to work. I’m using JWPlayer as the client, but it’s set to prefer html5 mode. Any tips on this?
>> (yes it is that simple)
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