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02-23-2014, 06:15 AM #1
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how to stream real time movie to a web page
I want to do this stream live video to internet but face some challenges.
1. The image processing algorithm can be done in C++ using opencv. But, how to forward / stream a live video? What command, or ?
2. I understand that there is a work around by processing in the web page itself such as using WebRTC or html5 as described in (Accessing Your Webcam in HTML5 | kirupa.com, Capturing Audio & Video in HTML5 - HTML5 Rocks). This way is rather slow especially if a heavy image processing needs to handle live movie in real time; therefore, I would prefer the way described in the shown figure.
03-21-2014, 12:45 PM #2
Try: Ubuntu Manpage: ffserver - FFserver video server
“FFserver is a streaming server for both audio and video. It supports several live feeds, streaming from files and time shifting on live feeds... FFserver receives prerecorded files or FFM streams from some ffmpeg instance as input, then streams them over RTP/RTSP/HTTP.”
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