Good afternoon Jim,
Sorry, I haven't been in this "business" for > 5 years - at that time,
MJPEG was hardly standardized; nowadays, it seems like there are various
What do you mean by stream-stream transcoding - unchanged copying of the
JPEG frame content from one stream format to the other? I am not sure that
this is possible very often - the MJPEG stream formats might expect
slightly different JPEG encoding options.
I am not aware of any transcoders that would do that - I would imagine
http://www.mainconcept.de to be a typical "suspect", or maybe
for a complete list)
I have also added your e-mail to the mjpeg-users mailing list - maybe
someone else has good ideas.
> I’ve found your MJPEG sourceforge site through a search looking for MJPEG
> Transcoding products. I hope you might know of companies who have commercial
> products capable of stream-stream transcoding of MJPEG video (MJPEG D1 to H.264
> We are looking for a this functionality to embed in a law enforcement video surveillance
> application. We’d like to identify a COTS product with off-the-shelf functionality rather
> than custom development. I’ve talked to probably twenty companies who have a form of
> transcoding but when the onion is peeled back, they do not perform stream-stream
> transcoding of MJPEG video.
> Do you happen to have any suggestions re. who might?
> Thanks very much for sourceforge work and your consideration of this request.
> Warm regards;
> Jim Sutton
> Email: jsutton@...
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