[Bug] - RTSP Issue : Radio Multi Seat (French Provider : FREE ) | Page 5

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    It is maintained, developped, with good documentation, easy for using as library, support many protocols. I'm using this library in OnlineVideos as input filter and without any problem.


     
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    Hello georgius, Hello Azurro,

    Just see that you start new developpements.
    I am ok to test them like Azzuro.
    Good luck
     
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    @azzuro, @EdG: still working on RTSP implementation, but it's really complicated :(
     
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    We are with you Georgius ;)
    i prefer a long good work than a bad short work (y)
    if any help, call me
     
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    Yes we are with you, maybe we can help you in some parts ?
    What are the difficulty you are facing to ?
    For memory (from my computing studies), RTSP is used to command (play/stop/rewind/...), and used with RTP/RTCP for transport and congestion control...). These protocols seems to be standardized
     
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    Yes, it is standardized (RFC 2326, RFC 2327, RFC 3550 and maybe some others). But problem of RTSP is that it needs command, data and control channel. And these channels can overlap. Second problem is interactivity - clients must send RTCP reports at some time or transmission is stopped. So, first it takes some time to write SDP parser (it's not finished now, but it is usable), RTP/RTCP parser (finished), protocol implementation, ...
     
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    georgius it doesn't to give you stress, can you provide an todolist for your rework, this can be good for you if you missing nothing, and for us ( maybe i'm little an egoist) :rolleyes:
     
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    Good news :) It seems that first very experimental version is here. Probably it will work only for one minute (more or less depends on provider, filter is not generating RTCP responses), but I need some test results other than local computer with RTSP server. Experimental filter doesn't support URLs like current IPTV filter (I used code from MPUrlSourceSplitter) and also doesn't support any of parameters, but you can use simple rtsp url like 'rtsp://server.com/stream'. It produce same log as current filter, so before testing clear the log file.

    So, if it is possible for you, test experimental version with simple RTSP url and give me some feedback.
     

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    sorry, georgius missing times to test your dll
    i try it, this evening or tomorrow !
     
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    Hi georgius, i have test your experimental version
    my first test was to play channel on singleseat. the file can't connect to stream ( was already scanned from last test)

    i upload the test version on 1st post, also with filter in #48 post.
    i have error in preview channel in Tvserveur config also in MP
     
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