If you're using FFmpeg directly, maybe something like:
Perhaps you can just use JW Player or Flowplayer to handle the stream. It's worth investigating. These are Flash based players that allow a viewer to watch a video in a browser.Code:ffmpeg -i rtmp://192.168.1.1:29823/stream.foo ...
There's no guarantee it'll work, but get-flash-videos has the ability to grab stuff off RTMP streams from various sites (youtube-dl and nicovideo-dl are similar in purpose as well - those are in the repositories, but gfv isn't). It's based around rtmpdump, which IIRC has its project page hosted on mplayer's servers.
You may also need to install the gfv-plugins extension, since that adds lots of other sites to the script's capabilities (the extension advertises its use for Hulu, but I never got that to work; the plugin does work for other sites, though).
does this guide work with ubuntu 10.10?
first page of this guide for 10.10 instructions.
Thanks. I royalty missed that.
But can you tell me what source to add, since i cannot find all the necessary packages. I dont see this described in your guide. Besides activating multisource.
If you can give the exact line to add to my /etc/apt/sources.list that would be great.
E: Kunne ikke lokalisere pakken libfaac-dev
E: Kunne ikke lokalisere pakken libopencore-amrwb-dev
E: Kunne ikke lokalisere pakken libx11-dev
Last edited by Drenriza; December 28th, 2010 at 09:49 AM.
After you activated Universe and Multiverse, did you reload the repositories? sudo apt-get update or the Reload button in Synaptic.
It should find them, then. packages.ubuntu.com reports libfaac-dev in multiverse, libopencore-amrwb-dev in universe, and libx11-dev in one of the main repositories (I would assume Main, not Restricted).
If all else fails, you can download them through there and install them with dpkg -i pkgname.deb or Gdebi or Software Center. Just make sure the other dependencies are filled, though. The pages show what those packages depend on.
Which server are you using? The local (Denmark, I would assume) server, or the Main one? It may be related to not using Main, or - and someone else would have to answer this - something in the instructions screwing up because of the language settings. As I recall, this was a problem for some users in the checkinstall step some time ago.