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Here's the trick... FFmpeg and its related tools, FFserver and FFplay, don't have any mechanism for live input-switching to a single running output. They also don't have any built-in way to trigger an external event when a UDP stream starts up; at least none that I've been able to find. In order to pull off your intended action, one solution would be to ...


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Try use ''http.request or http.response'' display filter in Wireshark Display the ''Hypertext Transfert Protocol'' and look for ''GET'' then look for the url in the html source I toook the tip from https://ask.wireshark.org/questions/13425/streaming-url and tested it, successfuly on RFI live and unsuccessfuly on radioFG (since RougeFM was down atm)


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I have always had this issue but now there is a very efficient ONVIF utilty called ONVIF device manager (http://idevicedesign.com/reference-designs) Which is free, open source, and quickly scans your network for rtsp/onvif streams and shows you the exact URL you need to use.


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You can just use the auto-login feature of windows. Do note that the following technique will store the password in plain-text in the registry. So if you are not comfortable with this, make sure you change the password to something you won't mind falling in the wrong hands if someone goes looking for it in the registry. Enabling auto-logon Start the ...


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You can use Remote Desktop to create a new login session, then use tscon to connect that session to the console (session 0).


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I have a couple observations and suggestions. I don't see anything necessarily wrong with your commands, but lets try to find a solution. It looks like your using mpeg4, I'd recommend taking a look at THIS list of supported VLC codecs. I recommend you try h265 or mp4v. Upon closer inspection I don't actually see mpeg4 on that list, so that could be your ...


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I've been trying to achieve this for years. Here is my take after 5 years; there are couple options: Kainy Kainy is an application just has created for this purpose. In fact, it aims to play games over 3G network so it will run on Android and Chrome too. I must say, It's pretty impressive. It is a bit hard to adjust settings but it works. It has even a ...


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Read Syntax : Escape Characters, Delimiters and Quotes. There are some characters in your vlc command line that should be escaped to be taken literally. Unfortunately, there are different parsing and escaping rules: from a batch script: & to ^& (ampersand: use standard escape character caret ^); % to %% (double any percent sign); from command ...


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Try using the apad audio filter to extend the stream with indefinite silence. You should be able to either add an -af command to your existing string... -vf "[0]tinterlace=interleave_top" -af "[1]apad" ...or change your existing -vf string to -filter_complex to handle both the audio and video filtering commands... -filter_complex ...


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As far as I'm aware, your phone is just uploading a stream to their (Periscope's) service, from which it's being distributed to anyone who's watching it. This is the way such "live-streaming" usually works. A user's upload bandwidth isn't usually sufficient for streaming to multiple clients, but their servers are.


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I did a quick Google search and found the following https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/media-keys/ According to themselves it seems to work with most (video)media players. I have no idea what kind of media player implementation Gaana and Saavn has, but I thought I should at least mentioned it so that you could try it out and see if it works. If ...



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