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RE: [Gnash-dev] Gnash: streaming from VLC server

From: Klaas-Pieter Vlieg
Subject: RE: [Gnash-dev] Gnash: streaming from VLC server
Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 13:02:16 +0100


> From: Tomas Groth [mailto:address@hidden 
> Sent: 27 February 2007 20:02
> Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] Gnash: streaming from VLC server
> This should be possible with gnash, it might already work, 
> though only with http for now, because of we're currently 
> using curl, which might change.
I was referring to the streaming support inside ffmpeg when it is compiled with 
network support. Ffmpeg with network support entirely supports streaming via 
http or rtsp. There is no need to use libcurl for receiving the stream, this 
will be entirely handled by ffmpeg. Libcurl would only to be used for 
controlling the vlc server, e.g. for manipulating/retrieving playlists and 

So more precisely my questions are:
- do gnash classes and methods exist (which use libcurl) to connect to a vlc 
server, open a file for streaming and start the streaming on the vlc server?

- do gnash classes and methods exist to, after the streaming from vlc has 
started, open a videowindow and call ffmpeg's av_open_input_file(stream_url, 
...) to start receiving and render the stream?

Klaas-Pieter Vlieg

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