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You are installing 64-bit package on 32-bit OS. Try this: rpm -ivh http://apt.sw.be/redhat/el6/en/i386/rpmforge/RPMS/vlc-1.1.13-1.el6.rf.i686.rpm On my CentOS: # yum whatprovides *BasicUsageEnvironment ... live555-devel-0-0.27.2010.04.09.el5.rf.x86_64 : Development files for live555.com streaming libraries Repo : rpmforge Matched from: Filename ...
VLC does not support segmenting the output file. You can try to use directly ffmpeg as it supports output segmentation: ffmpeg -i rtsp://admin:email@example.com:554/ch1-s1 -c copy -map 0 -f segment -segment_time 600 -segment_format mp4 "out%03d.mp4"
I do video on demand systems and there's no substitute for actually writing a bit of code that accurately portrays real playback characteristics. We wrote one we call 'VODBasher', it uses the exact transport mechanism we really use on the real platform and we run it from real locations all over the place. This helped us understand where we were going to see ...
You need to use multicast routing between the VLAN's to make this work. From what I can tell you'll need to compile the FreeBSD kernel with the MROUTING option, and then use mrouted. See the following thread on the official FreeBSD forums for more information: http://forums.freebsd.org/showthread.php?t=5875
Sure - depending on what type of cable/monitors you're using, splitters can be easily purchased. Some are active, some passive, depending on protocol and feature set.
Server: Open VLC, File->Streaming Add files to be streamed, preferably something that doesn't need to be transcoded. Stream button. Next. New Destionation -> "RTP / MPEG Transport Stream". Add button. Address [ff15::1] (with the brackets!) Uncheck Active Transcoding. Next. Stream. Client: Open VLC, File-> Open Network Stream... URL: rtp://[ff15::1] ...
Well if you have access to a machine which does have internet connectivity and access to a yum repository containing a driver package which you know works then you should be able to download it and all it's dependencies using yumdownloader and repoquery: yumdownloader <package-name> yumdownloader `repoquery --requires --resolve <package-name>` ...
Rajat, I am assuming you are asking about streaming rtsp as a format your phone can connect to, in addition to a (different/separate) format your desktop clients currently have working? I could be wrong, but it sounds like wifi has nothing to do with the question. If the actual problem is only happening when clients are on wifi rather then a wired ...
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