From: Adrian Roman <aroman@rd...> - 2013-01-14 12:17:21
I've seen that this is a FAQ, but it's marked TBD.
I implemented a program using opal, having two end points, a pcss and a sip
one, and everything works ok.
The requirement is to use an ip (rtp) camera for the video camera instead of
the local one. I cannot figure out how this could be done.
By looking into available info, I learned that I'll have to derive some
classes from rtp classes. I would need a new end point, derived from the rtp
end point, and a rtp connection derived class, too.
Maybe I'll have to derive from the call class, too, and also from the rpt
media stream class?
I've looked over the opal sources, but it's not exactly easy to understand
the code to figure out what has to be done in order to achieve this.
Since it's a FAQ, I guess it's something that can be achieved, but how, at
this moment is a big unknown to me.
It would be awesome if somebody could offer some more hints about this.
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