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add_live_feeds [2012/01/11 15:18]
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add_live_feeds [2012/05/04 17:22]
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 There are some steps you can follow to ensure your success with this feature. There are some steps you can follow to ensure your success with this feature.
  
-1) Test the live stream URL to ensure the stream is live and accessable by running the command: ffmpeg -i your-url-here +1) Test the live stream URL to ensure the stream is live and accessable by running the command: ​ 
-   ​Best is to use the Serviio copy of ffmpeg ​in the Serviio lib directory. eg: C:\Program Files\Serviio\lib\ffmpeg.exe +   ffmpeg -i "your-url-here" 
-   ​If testing an mms: feed, first change mms: to mmsh:+Best is to use the Serviio copy of FFmpeg ​in the Serviio lib directory. eg: C:\Program Files\Serviio\lib\ffmpeg.exe 
 +If testing an mms: feed, first change mms: to mmsh: or mmst:
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 2) If the feed is not available, ffmpeg will report: 2) If the feed is not available, ffmpeg will report:
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         Stream #0:1: Video: h264 (Constrained Baseline), yuv420p, 480x272, 25 fps         Stream #0:1: Video: h264 (Constrained Baseline), yuv420p, 480x272, 25 fps
    
-   Verify that they are one of the supported types in Serviio.+Verify that they are one of the supported types in Serviio.
    ​vCodecs:​ mpeg2video, mpeg1video, wmv2, mpeg4, msmpeg4, h263, h264, vc1, mjpeg, flv, vp6, vp8, theora, dvvideo ​    ​vCodecs:​ mpeg2video, mpeg1video, wmv2, mpeg4, msmpeg4, h263, h264, vc1, mjpeg, flv, vp6, vp8, theora, dvvideo ​
    ​aCodecs:​ aac, ac3, mp3, mp2, lpcm, wmav2, wmapro, dca (DTS), flac, vorbis, truehd, amrnb     ​aCodecs:​ aac, ac3, mp3, mp2, lpcm, wmav2, wmapro, dca (DTS), flac, vorbis, truehd, amrnb 
  
-4) Optionally play the live stream URL in VLC to see/hear the actual content. +4) Optionally play the live stream URL in VLC to see/hear the actual content. Install and open VLC, Click "Open Network Stream",​ Enter the URL, Click Play.
-   Install and open VLC, Click "Open Network Stream",​ Enter the URL, Click Play.+
  
-5) If the stream is valid, you may then add the URL to the Serviio console, as Source Type: "live stream"​ and Save it.  +5) If the stream is valid, you may then add the URL to the Serviio console, as Source Type: "live stream"​ and Save it. Serviio will verify the existence of the stream and will add it to the online menu. Note that if the stream does not exist it will not be added to the menu.
-   Serviio will verify the existence of the stream and will add it to the online menu. +
-   Note that if the stream does not exist it will not be added to the menu.+
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 6) If the above yields a valid live stream, but it fails to be added or play in Serviio, post the ffmpeg -i output and a detailed log in the forum. 6) If the above yields a valid live stream, but it fails to be added or play in Serviio, post the ffmpeg -i output and a detailed log in the forum.
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 Here is an example of the correct RTMP format: Here is an example of the correct RTMP format:
 ''​[[rtmp://​some-site.com/​live]] app=live playpath=1234adgfas swfUrl=http://​something-other-.com/​liveplayer.r8fc2608013b6208367203eaece1328b03e115e2f.swf swfVfy=1 live=1''​ ''​[[rtmp://​some-site.com/​live]] app=live playpath=1234adgfas swfUrl=http://​something-other-.com/​liveplayer.r8fc2608013b6208367203eaece1328b03e115e2f.swf swfVfy=1 live=1''​
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-Serviio 0.6.1 has some minor problems with correctly handling RTMP streams for the renderer, but these should be fixed soon. 
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add_live_feeds.txt · Last modified: 2012/05/04 17:22 by jhb50