#32 support transcode Video and Audio

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2011-02-26
hiero
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Hello,
This patch supports transcoding for both Video and Audio using mencoder/ffmpeg as transcoder.
This uses multiple <res> elements. It means minidlna present multiple media format for one stream.
For example, in case source stream is H.264/AAC, minidlna presents both H.264/AAC and MPEG2/AC3.
If a client (TV) supports only MPEG2/AC3, it select MPEG2/AC3 stream.
All the Video stream can be transcoded to MPEG2/AC3 (DVD) stream.
All the Audio stream can be transcoded to LPCM stream.

mencoder/ffmpeg is required to be installed.

I tested on Ubunts 10.04 and Fedora 12.

I hope this patch is helpful to the users who's TV only supports MPEG2 and LPCM.

This patch is for minidlna_1.0.18_src.tar.gz.
This patch also support Toshiba TV.

heiro

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  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-01-06

    patch against 1.0.25(minidlna-1.0.25_transcode.patch) is uploaded.

    Hiero

     
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-01-07

    support transcode Video and Audio patch against 1.0.25 support Linux and Cygwin

     
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-02-11

    "minidlna_transcode_CVS_20130204.tar.gz" is uploaded.

    Added to support PLS playlist format file used by SHOUTcast.

    Usage is described in "Note-for-MiniDLNA-transcode.txt".

    Hiero

     
  • Brian Vargo

    Brian Vargo - 2013-03-13

    I'm having issues decompressing the last two .tar.gz files. I'm getting the error:
    tar: This does not look like a tar archive
    tar: Skipping to next header
    tar: Exiting with failure status due to previous errors
    in both the ubuntu archive manager as well as "tar xvf {file name}

    Assuming I can use the 1.0.24-4 source code with the 1.0.25 patch file, how do I apply the patch?

     
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-03-13

    minidlna-1.0.25_transcode.patch is plain patch file.
    do not need to tar. just apply as following

    patch -p1 <minidlna-1.0.25_transcode.patch

    I will upload the latest version on next week end.

     
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-03-16

    "minidlna_transcode_CVS_20130313.tar.gz" is uploaded.

    Added to support PLS/M3U playlist format file used by SHOUTcast/icecast.

    Usage is described in "Note-for-MiniDLNA-transcode.txt".

    Hiero

     
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-03-23

    "minidlna_transcode_1.0.25-1.tar.gz" is uploaded.

    Added to support PLS/M3U playlist format file used by SHOUTcast/icecast.

    Usage is described in "Note-for-MiniDLNA-transcode.txt".

    Hiero

     
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    Anonymous - 2013-03-25

    hi!

    where i can find a minidlna.conf to enable the transcoding function?

    thanks!

     
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-03-26

    It is described in the minidlna.conf after the patch is applied.

    Hiero

     
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    Anonymous - 2013-03-27

    doh!!!
    thanks!

    another question: how can i tell minidlna to transcode all video from a certain source? i've noticed that on my tv a film is transcoded while on the blueray no and,to make some test, i'd like to force the transcoding on both devices.

     
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-03-28

    put stream files under "FORCETRANSCODE" directory.
    for example:

    /DLNA
    |
    + /FORCETRANSCODE +-- video1.avi
    | +-- video2.mkv
    |
    + /MP4 +-- video3.mp4
    +-- video4.mp4

    All the above video files is forcedly transcoded to all the clients.

    hiero

     
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-03-28

    oops!, all the leading spaces is deleted.

    put stream files under "FORCETRANSCODE" directory.
    for example:

    /DLNA/FORCETRANSCODE/video1.avi
    /DLNA/FORCETRANSCODE/video2.mkv
    /DLNA/FORCETRANSCODE/MP4/video3.mp4
    /DLNA/FORCETRANSCODE/WMV/video4.asf

    All the above video files is forcedly transcoded to all the clients.

    hiero

     
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    Anonymous - 2013-03-29

    thanks a lot!

     
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-04-06

    support transcode Video and Audio patch against 1.0.25 support Linux and Cygwin

     
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-04-06

    "minidlna_transcode_1.0.25-2.tar.gz" was uploaded.
    Fixed issue: in case a playlist for streaming is in the same directory where specified by "media_dir=", the playlist is not detected.

    Hiero

     
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-04-06

    support transcode Video and Audio patch against CVS 20130406 support Linux and Cygwin

     
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-04-06

    "minidlna_transcode_CVS_20130406.tar.gz" was uploaded.
    Fixed issue: in case a playlist for streaming is in the same directory where specified by "media_dir=", the playlist is not detected.

    Hiero

     
    • Rafael Henrique da Silva Faria

      Hi Hiero.

      I'm trying to use your patch against the minidlna 1.1.0 from FreeBSD Ports. And I don't know if it's because the version change, or a incompatibility with the OS, or with the FreeBSD Native compiler (CLANG), but I needed to make some changes in the source to get it compiled.

      First Error:

      upnphttp.c:1636:9: error: use of undeclared identifier 'SIGCLD'
              signal(SIGCLD, SIG_IGN);
                     ^
      

      After a research I found that the SIGCLD is a System V name, and the BSD uses SIGCHLD. I don't know if they are identical, but changing it helps in the compilation.
      Reference: http://infohost.nmt.edu/~eweiss/222_book/222_book/0201433079/ch10lev1sec7.html

      Second Error:

      upnphttp.c:2564:10: error: use of undeclared identifier '__INT64_MAX__'
                      size = __INT64_MAX__;
                             ^
      

      I don't know so much about this, but I think that CLANG don't declare this identifier as your code expect. So I declared it in the upnphttp.c.

      #define __INT64_MAX__ 9223372036854775807L
      

      Third Error:

        CCLD   minidlnad
      upnphttp.o: In function `exec_transcode':
      upnphttp.c:(.text+0x3509): undefined reference to `curl_global_init'
      upnphttp.c:(.text+0x350e): undefined reference to `curl_easy_init'
      upnphttp.c:(.text+0x3573): undefined reference to `curl_easy_setopt'
      upnphttp.c:(.text+0x3589): undefined reference to `curl_easy_setopt'
      upnphttp.c:(.text+0x3591): undefined reference to `curl_easy_perform'
      upnphttp.c:(.text+0x359c): undefined reference to `curl_easy_cleanup'
      upnphttp.c:(.text+0x35c0): undefined reference to `curl_easy_strerror'
      clang: error: linker command failed with exit code 1 (use -v to see invocation)
      *** [minidlnad] Error code 1
      1 error
      *** [all-recursive] Error code 1
      1 error
      *** [all] Error code 2
      1 error
      *** [do-build] Error code 1
      

      I just needed to specify "-lcurl" in Makefile in minidlnad_LDFLAGS.

      Well, now I have minidlna with transcode support in FreeBSD, I will be using it, and will report any problem.

      One more thing, I got some rejects from the patch, but in my option, I can stay without then. I'm attaching the rejects. Tell me if I'll have problems without it.

      Thank you so much for your work.

       
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-06-16

    support transcode Video and Audio patch against 1.1.0 support Linux and Cygwin

     
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-06-16

    Hello Rafael,

    I think your implement should work.

    Yes: SIGCLD is equivalent to SIGCHLD.
    LONG_LONG_MAX can be used for INT64_MAX.

    Hiero

     
  • Jruuu

    Jruuu - 2013-06-17

    Any idea what is causing this error and what it means (compiled with Debian 7.1 stable-armel)?

    root@squeezeplug:/mnt/kernel/m/minidlna-1.0.25# make
    ./genconfig.sh
    Compiling minidlna.c
    Compiling upnphttp.c
    upnphttp.c: In function 'SendResp_dlnafile':
    upnphttp.c:2853:7: warning: 'sendfh' may be used uninitialized in this function [-Wuninitialized]

    The rest compiles without any errors. When I run the server with the generated binary, all of my folders are listed on client computers, but some of the folders are not accessible.

    fyi: don't know if you knew, minidlna v1.0.26 is released. You can find it here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/minidlna/files/minidlna/1.0.26/

     
    Last edit: Jruuu 2013-06-17
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-06-19

    That is not error but warning.
    You can ignore the warning.

    What type of streams are in the not accessible folders?

    Hiero

     
  • Jruuu

    Jruuu - 2013-06-20

    They are all video files. Here is a breakdown:

    Folder one:
    All videos in this folder saved as .avi, with MPEG-4 (xvid) video, MP3 audio. There is one video (probably recorded with an iPhone), in .mp4 format, with AVC video and AAC audio.

    Folder two:
    All video files in this folder are saved as .mp4, with AVC video, and MP3 audio.

    Folder three:
    All video files in this folder are saved as .avi, with MPEG-4 (xvid) video, and AC-3 audio.

    It is strange, because my other folders have lots of other video files of the same type (MPEG-4 video, MP3 audio) which play with minidlna on my pc. None of them appear to be playing as transcoded video though.

     
    Last edit: Jruuu 2013-06-20
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-06-20

    Try to execute minidlna with -d option as follow.

    ./minidlnad -d

    It might be better to specify just one folder in .conf file for testing, in order to reduce log messages.

    Hiero

     
  • Jruuu

    Jruuu - 2013-06-22

    Yes, my conf file only lists one folder. All of my files are organized in subfolders. I tried running minidlna -d, and I also tried creating a FORCETRANSCODE folder.

    When I choose to play the file in the FORCETRANSCODE folder, minidlna skips the file and goes on to stream the first file in the next subfolder. Here is the output:

    [2013/06/22 13:20:37] upnpevents.c:422: debug: upnpevents_selectfds: 0x12a3f0 2 9
    [2013/06/22 13:21:01] upnpevents.c:457: debug: upnpevents_processfds: 0x12a3f0 2 9 0 0
    [2013/06/22 13:21:01] minidlna.c:1401: debug: HTTP connection from 192.168.7.50:3196
    [2013/06/22 13:21:01] upnpevents.c:422: debug: upnpevents_selectfds: 0x12a3f0 2 9
    [2013/06/22 13:21:01] upnpevents.c:457: debug: upnpevents_processfds: 0x12a3f0 2 9 0 0
    [2013/06/22 13:21:01] upnphttp.c:295: debug: Range Start-End: 0 - -1
    [2013/06/22 13:21:01] upnphttp.c:999: debug: HTTP REQUEST: GET /MediaItems/TranscodeVideo/NTSC/20.mp4 HTTP/1.1
    Host: 192.168.7.53:8200
    User-Agent: VLC/2.0.5 LibVLC/2.0.5
    Range: bytes=0-
    Connection: close
    Icy-MetaData: 1

    [2013/06/22 13:21:01] upnphttp.c:2406: info: TranscodeVideo/NTSC/20.mp4 is selected
    [2013/06/22 13:21:01] upnpevents.c:422: debug: upnpevents_selectfds: 0x12a3f0 2 9
    [2013/06/22 13:21:01] upnphttp.c:2599: info: Serving DetailID: 20 [/home/user/dlna/FORCETRANSCODE/engine-rebuild.mp4]
    [2013/06/22 13:21:01] upnphttp.c:2825: info: Following is the response
    HTTP/1.1 206 OK
    Content-Type: video/mpeg
    X-AvailableSeekRange : 1 npt=0.0-85033.757
    TimeSeekRange.dlna.org : npt=0.0-85033.757/236.986
    transferMode.dlna.org: Streaming
    Accept-Ranges: none
    Connection: close
    Date: Sat, 22 Jun 2013 17:21:01 GMT
    EXT:
    realTimeInfo.dlna.org: DLNA.ORG_TLAG=*
    contentFeatures.dlna.org: DLNA.ORG_PN=MPEG_PS_NTSC;DLNA.ORG_OP=10;DLNA.ORG_CI=1
    Server: Debian/7.1 DLNADOC/1.50 UPnP/1.0 MiniDLNA/1.0.25

    [2013/06/22 13:21:01] upnphttp.c:2838: info: last_file.mime=video/mp4
    [2013/06/22 13:21:01] upnphttp.c:1811: info: start transcode and send data
    [2013/06/22 13:21:01] upnphttp.c:1813: info: fork/exec MENCODER/FFMPEG, PPID=2881, PID=2883
    [2013/06/22 13:21:01] upnphttp.c:1667: debug: streaming from: /home/user/dlna/FORCETRANSCODE/engine-rebuild.mp4
    [2013/06/22 13:21:01] upnphttp.c:1730: info: exec mencoder as follows:
    mencoder -ss 0.0 -endpos 85033.758 -msglevel all=-1 -really-quiet -oac lavc -of mpeg -mpegopts format=mpeg2:muxrate=8000:vbuf_size=1194:abuf_size=64 -vf scale=720:480,harddup -ovc lavc -channels 2 -lavdopts debug=0 -lavcopts autoaspect=1:vcodec=mpeg2video:vbitrate=8000:acodec=ac3:abitrate=128:keyint=18:vqscale=1:vqmin=2 -subdelay 20000 -ofps 30000/1001 -mc 0 -noskip -af lavcresample=48000 -srate 48000 -o - "/home/user/dlna/FORCETRANSCODE/engine-rebuild.mp4"
    [2013/06/22 13:21:02] upnphttp.c:1840: info: reached to EOF in PID:2883
    [2013/06/22 13:21:02] upnphttp.c:1874: info: kill PID(2884) : No child processes
    [2013/06/22 13:21:02] upnphttp.c:1883: info: total bytes : read=0, send=0
    [2013/06/22 13:21:02] upnpevents.c:457: debug: upnpevents_processfds: 0x12a3f0 2 9 0 0
    [2013/06/22 13:21:02] minidlna.c:1401: debug: HTTP connection from 192.168.7.50:3199
    [2013/06/22 13:21:02] upnpevents.c:422: debug: upnpevents_selectfds: 0x12a3f0 2 9
    [2013/06/22 13:21:02] upnpevents.c:457: debug: upnpevents_processfds: 0x12a3f0 2 9 0 0
    [2013/06/22 13:21:02] upnphttp.c:295: debug: Range Start-End: 0 - -1
    [2013/06/22 13:21:02] upnphttp.c:999: debug: HTTP REQUEST: GET /MediaItems/25.avi HTTP/1.1
    Host: 192.168.7.53:8200
    User-Agent: VLC/2.0.5 LibVLC/2.0.5
    Range: bytes=0-
    Connection: close
    Icy-MetaData: 1

     
    Last edit: Jruuu 2013-06-22
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-06-23

    It seems mencoder does not transcode correctly.
    Would you execulte mencoder as follows.

    mencoder -ss 0.0 -endpos 85033.758 -oac lavc -of mpeg -mpegopts format=mpeg2:muxrate=8000:vbuf_size=1194:abuf_size=64 -vf scale=720:480,harddup -ovc lavc -channels 2 -lavdopts debug=0 -lavcopts autoaspect=1:vcodec=mpeg2video:vbitrate=8000:acodec=ac3:abitrate=128:keyint=18:vqscale=1:vqmin=2 -subdelay 20000 -ofps 30000/1001 -mc 0 -noskip -af lavcresample=48000 -srate 48000 -o test.mpg "/home/user/dlna/FORCETRANSCODE/engine-rebuild.mp4"

    If no error occured and "test.mpg" was output, try to playback it by vlc.

    Hiero

     
  • Nunnsy

    Nunnsy - 2013-06-26

    Hi there,

    first of all thanks for all the work you've put into this.

    I've run miniDlna in debug mode and it stops when it says there's no data in the pipe. I'm guessing that's because CPU enocoding of mpeg2 is too slow. I'm not sure if I need to purchase the mpeg2 license for encoding to work on the GPU. (This is on an ARM based board)

    This is the debug output:
    [2013/06/27 08:07:12] upnphttp.c:2320: info: TranscodeVideo/NTSC/7921.mkv is selected
    [2013/06/27 08:07:12] upnphttp.c:2515: info: Serving DetailID: 7921 [/mnt/usb2/media/TV Shows/Sherlock/FORCETRANSCODE/Pilot.mkv]
    [2013/06/27 08:07:12] upnphttp.c:2761: info: Following is the response
    HTTP/1.1 206 OK
    Content-Type: video/mpeg
    X-AvailableSeekRange : 1 npt=0.0-3314.599
    TimeSeekRange.dlna.org : npt=0.0-3314.599/3314.600
    transferMode.dlna.org: Streaming
    Accept-Ranges: none
    Connection: close
    Date: Wed, 26 Jun 2013 22:07:12 GMT
    EXT:
    realTimeInfo.dlna.org: DLNA.ORG_TLAG=*
    contentFeatures.dlna.org: DLNA.ORG_PN=MPEG_PS_NTSC;DLNA.ORG_OP=10;DLNA.ORG_CI=1;DLNA.ORG_FLAGS=01500000000000000000000000000000
    Server: 3.6.11+ DLNADOC/1.50 UPnP/1.0 MiniDLNA/1.1.0

    [2013/06/27 08:07:12] upnphttp.c:2774: info: last_file.mime=video/x-matroska
    [2013/06/27 08:07:12] upnphttp.c:1723: info: start transcode and send data
    [2013/06/27 08:07:12] upnphttp.c:1725: info: fork/exec MENCODER/FFMPEG, PPID=3084, PID=3088
    [2013/06/27 08:07:12] upnphttp.c:1549: debug: streaming from: /mnt/usb2/media/TV Shows/Sherlock/FORCETRANSCODE/Pilot.mkv
    [2013/06/27 08:07:12] upnphttp.c:1612: info: exec mencoder as follows:
    mencoder -ss 0.0 -endpos 3314.600 -msglevel all=-1 -really-quiet -oac lavc -of mpeg -mpegopts format=mpeg2:muxrate=8000:vbuf_size=1194:abuf_size=64 -vf scale=720:480,harddup -ovc lavc -channels 2 -lavdopts debug=0 -lavcopts autoaspect=1:vcodec=mpeg2video:vbitrate=8000:acodec=ac3:abitrate=128:keyint=18:vqscale=1:vqmin=2 -subdelay 20000 -ofps 30000/1001 -mc 0 -noskip -af lavcresample=48000 -srate 48000 -o - "/mnt/usb2/media/TV Shows/Sherlock/FORCETRANSCODE/Pilot.mkv"
    [2013/06/27 08:07:16] upnphttp.c:1746: debug: poll error : No data in Pipe
    [2013/06/27 08:07:16] upnphttp.c:1792: info: kill PID(3089) : No child processes
    [2013/06/27 08:07:16] upnphttp.c:1797: info: total bytes : read=2048, send=2048
    ^C[2013/06/27 08:07:29] minidlna.c:158: warn: received signal 2, good-bye

    Thanks,
    - Nunnsy

     
    Last edit: Nunnsy 2013-06-26
  • Lukas Jirkovsky

    Lukas Jirkovsky - 2013-06-27

    Hey guys, I've decided to pop in to tell you that my minidlna-transcode project has been moved & renamed (according to upstream) to:

    https://bitbucket.org/stativ/readymedia-transcode

    The transcoding support resides in the transcode branch.

    When it comes to changes from the last time, it is finally possible to have different settings for different clients (more info is in minidlna.conf) and the example transcoding scripts are installed in /usr/share/minidlna/scripts.

     
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-06-29

    Hello Nunnsy,

    The log says only 2048 was output from mencoder. It is too small data.
    Some error might occur in mencoder. Do you try to encode manually as follows.
    Something can be read in mencoder log message.

    mencoder -ss 0.0 -endpos 3314.600 -oac lavc -of mpeg -mpegopts format=mpeg2:muxrate=8000:vbuf_size=1194:abuf_size=64 -vf scale=720:480,harddup -ovc lavc -channels 2 -lavdopts debug=0 -lavcopts autoaspect=1:vcodec=mpeg2video:vbitrate=8000:acodec=ac3:abitrate=128:keyint=18:vqscale=1:vqmin=2 -subdelay 20000 -ofps 30000/1001 -mc 0 -noskip -af lavcresample=48000 -srate 48000 -o a.mpg "/mnt/usb2/media/TV Shows/Sherlock/FORCETRANSCODE/Pilot.mkv"

    Hiero

     
    • Nunnsy

      Nunnsy - 2013-06-29

      Ahh thank you. It only renders at around 3 to 4 frames per second so that's really useful. I've been trying to minimise the resources required to transcode but obviously it seems it needs more. I'm not sure whether mEncoder is using the GPU though, as I thought it would be running quite smoothly. Hmm, interesting.

      I'm trying to do this on the Raspberry Pi, and I'm not sure if it's possible but I'm giving it a shot. I've found another transcode library, omxtx, which seems to have some good reports running on the Pi. The machine has a powerful enough GPU to transcode all the video real time, it's just I'm having trouble figuring out if I need to pay for an MPEG-2 license for the GPU to transcode, rather than the CPU.

      UPDATE: I purchased the license keys. No luck for harnessing the GPU. The Pi can transcode the video to h264 at around 150 fps at a resolution of the source file being around 700x400, which most of them are. The transcode was using omxtx and was able to quickly convert the video file. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

      Thanks for the time and support,
      - Nunnsy

       
      Last edit: Nunnsy 2013-06-30
  • vonmatrices

    vonmatrices - 2013-07-08

    I've just built miniDLNA with transcoding support from

    https://bitbucket.org/stativ/readymedia-transcode

    Everything is working fine - for video I have the options set so it will transcode avi containers using FFMPEG. The script I am using is the default transcode-video script provided with the above implmentation.

    I am using VLC on Debian (wheezy) to watch the videos, but when transcoding with FFMPEG, it is impossible to fast forward, rewind, or skip ahead by time (pausing works fine). Is there any options I can pass to ffmpeg to provide this functionality? This is the current script:

    !/bin/sh

    SOURCE=$1
    STARTPOSITION=$2
    DURATION=$3

    ffmpeg -ss $STARTPOSITION -t $DURATION -i "$SOURCE" -loglevel quiet -threads auto -async 2 -target pal-dvd pipe:1

     
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-07-11

    In order to support FF, REW and SEEK for transcoded stream on DLNA, it is required to support "time based seek" functionality by the player. But, it does not seem VLC support it.

     
  • travis

    travis - 2013-11-19

    I've been having some weird trouble with the 1.1.0 patch and Shoutcast transcoding. According to the log it's running ffmpeg -i "ffmpeg -i"

    [2013/11/19 17:48:48] upnphttp.c:2838: info: last_file.mime=audio/mpeg
    [2013/11/19 17:48:48] upnphttp.c:1811: info: start transcode and send data
    [2013/11/19 17:48:48] upnphttp.c:1813: info: fork/exec MENCODER/FFMPEG, PPID=20759, PID=21163
    [2013/11/19 17:48:48] upnphttp.c:1667: debug: streaming from: http://ca.ah.fm:443
    [2013/11/19 17:48:48] upnphttp.c:1730: info: exec ffmpeg as follows:
    ffmpeg -i "ffmpeg -i " -t 86400 -v 0 -loglevel quiet -f mp3 -vn -acodec libmp3lame -ab 256k pipe:1
    [2013/11/19 17:48:49] upnphttp.c:1840: info: reached to EOF in PID:21163
    [2013/11/19 17:48:49] upnphttp.c:1874: info: kill PID(21164) : No child processes
    [2013/11/19 17:48:49] upnphttp.c:1883: info: total bytes : read=0, send=0

    Not sure what's causing this to happen. Any ideas?

    minidlna.conf: https://gist.github.com/exiva/7549595
    ffmpeg version info: https://gist.github.com/exiva/7549595#file-gistfile2-txt
    test playlist file: https://gist.github.com/exiva/7549595#file-gistfile3-txt

     
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-12-08

    I found a bug which appears on gcc 4.8.
    This makes "ffmpeg -i " as source to access streaming as shoutcast.
    This bug is fixed in the transcode patch for minidlna-1.1.1.

     
  • hiero

    hiero - 2013-12-08

    support transcode Video and Audio patch against 1.1.1 support Linux and Cygwin

    I made a mistake to create the patch.
    The patch file was replaced with "minidlna_transcode-1.1.1.tar.gz".

     
    Last edit: hiero 2013-12-14
  • hiero

    hiero - 2014-01-11

    support transcode Video and Audio patch against 1.1.1 support Linux and Cygwin

    also worked on FreeBSD and MAC OSx

    add to support "Don't require a configured network interface to start up, and add network interface monitoring support" for Cygwin
    and fixed some minor bugs

     
    Last edit: hiero 2014-01-12
  • Krzychu

    Krzychu - 2014-02-04

    Hi, sorry for my English. I have a problem with my NAS Zyxel NSA 310. I install ffpstick 0.7 and then minidlna 1.1.0. It's working ok but it doesn't transcode to mpeg2. I have TV Sony Bravia W655a which have problem which play this videos. Can I get installed this patch on my NAS via putty? If yes what can I do it? Please for help.

     
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