I'm watching the streaming video with Quicktime, and there is a 3-4 second delay on the images. Does anyone know of any windows platform players that would not have this delay problem?
I have searched such player for a long time, unfortunately, it seems that there is no player which can play the videostream from 313L other than QuickTime. So I have decided to ask somebody ( a guy in Chendu, west of China)to write a player with shorter delay. the primary work has finished, the player is supplied as a package, in this package, and Active X component and a demo player is included. At this time the player seems work well with the old Elphelstreamer, and the replay frame rate is fairly low ( only 5 fps at 1280by1024), but the delay is really short, about 0.5sec, it's enough for focusing. I have not pay all money to this guy, so at this time I just have a trial version.
You can try use mplayer (precompiled binary cygmplayer.zip) in chapter streamers.
This version support directx and gl2 video outut
I have download and install the Mplayer for win32 in my windows 2K platform. there is a MPLauncher window, I can use such window to play the recorded *.mov files, but how to play the video stream from 313L, in the other word, how to play the videostream from an address such as rtsp://192.168...
Which streamer are you use?
I am using ElphelStreamer, Kuklin1.0
This version compiled with LIVE.COM library(version on SF without this library)
But not tested.
mplayer elphel://... with streamer by landy
thanks! I will try it!
After two days fighting, Now I can play the video stream by cygmplayer ( with Landy 1.1 streamer).
The landd's streamer seem's have a lot of function and choice. but now, I just use the simplest command as following:
Please be aware that cygmplayer is far from being a real substitute for mplayer running under GNU/Linux. I was able to run it too but noticed the following problems:
- slower than mplayer+gnu/linux;
- when working with the streamer by landy player was rendering corrupted frames if it could not keep the rate of incoming stream. Top portion of the frame was OK, but the bottom could be rendered only when the stream was slower than the player;
- when working with the rtsp streamer it behaved differently - with too fast incoming stream it was lagging more and more behind...
Mplayer under GNU/Linux was just skipping the frames (not truncating them or lagging behind) if the stream was too fast. And it happened at higher resolution/frame rate than with cygmplayer.
I don't know the default address 184.108.40.206 means what. the camera's addr. is 192.168.8.9 and the PC's addr. is 192.168.8.2.
please read the ElphelStrm.txt file in the landy streamer distribution. It explains how to use this class of IP addresses needed for mulicasting.
Yes, I have notice the problem in cygmpllayer. and I will read the txt file more carefully to find more information.
In fact I have spent a lot of time to find why there are some many corrupted frames in video stream. and when I decrease the frame rate of streamer, the bad frame vanished.
mplayer elphel://... - is initial version, frames not buffered and received from network by query of mplayer(time between queries 1/fps). And if mplayer work on slow videosystem time of display may be greather as 1/fps. In mplayer,for example, with LIVE.COM library are grows queue frames for display.In this we must drop frames(too late for display).
Better are if -fps on mplayer greather as -f on the streamer(I think). On slow system you can resize wideowindow (make less).
And more - size of sended picture must be 50-80 Kbyte(decrease quality or size of picture)
You can use in mplayer LIVE.COM library for ElphStreamer by landy in mplayer too!
mplayer sdp://session.sdp -fps 30
where session.sdp is(for example):
o=- 1085066399196581 1085066399196593 IN IP4 192.168.0.9
s=Elphel camera 313
m=video 20000 RTP/AVP 26
c=IN IP4 220.127.116.11/64
But you not have crypting and subtitles ...
For the old version live.com Streamer, the MultiCast is the default mode, and such mode seems not supported by most of router in Internet, therefore Only the PC in the same LAN with the camera have the access to the live video. but for the landy's new version, the unicast mode is provided, Does it means now the live video over Internet is much easier?. I mean if I use a platform of ADSL modem+Router to dial into the Internet, and got a IP addr. for example, 18.104.22.168, and in the router, some parameter is configured to make the camera can be reached other people throught Internet, that means If the type into the 22.214.171.124 in theire browser, then can see the control window of the camera. After all these done. If somebody in other city or country input the 126.96.36.199 to the addr. text box in index1.html( of course after the enable of web control of streamer). and he or she can get the live video by the help of the MPlayer or cygmplayer?
For unicast it must working.
If you want use multicast - you can use of:
1. routers with support translating multicast. You can test yours routers with ping 188.8.131.52.
All routers with this options must answer to you. After you can configure both routers and use multicast over internet. Usualy used addresses from 184.108.40.206 to 220.127.116.11 with ttl<255 for global translation
2. You can use tunneling on routers(from local network multicast packets tonneling into ip and on other node from ip to multicast , and packets put into other local network)
3. You can use mrouted daemon on hosts(you can search it on Google). Two local network can send multicast over Internet from one to other
thanks! I will try all your advise.
1) I don't know if there is some reason vlc is not a suitable player for this, but it has become very nice these days, supports rtsp with the liveMedia libs too and even has a native winblows port that is not all alpha code mudged up under cygwin. Also, it gives me almost no delay with rtsp, whereas mplayer gives me some.
2) FYI... For private use, the 18.104.22.168 class D is to the milticasting address space what the usual reserved nets are to the unicasting address space.
I have tried using VLC to play some recorded video from 313 camera(about 2 monthes ago), it didn't work.
VLC IMHO cann't play RTP stream with JPEG payload.
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