RES: FF-MPEG newbie trial testing streaming with ffserver and mpegts UDP multicast live stream.
So quick update
I have managed to get transcoding working fine..
Apparently I was starting ffmpeg - I udp://@xxxxxxxx from wrong folder, needed to be insise same folder from the ffmpeg server.conf file..
Now streaming is working flawlessly but ofcourse the cpu cannot handle more then 4 simulataneous transcodings of full hd 1920x1080p , which reduced bandwidth rates from 20mbps per channel to 2mbps now.. using libx264..
Now I have another question, has anyone tested live transcoding with CUDA GPUs? I have a NDVIDIA CUDA card P1000 with 640GPU Cores..
I am planning to give it a try, but I have not found any kind of information on how to setup the live transcoding using CUDA GPUs.
I read the the Card I have is from Pascal NVIDIA family, now I just need to find transcoding examples .
De: ffmpeg-user [mailto:[hidden email]] Em nome de Pedro Daniel Costa
Enviada em: sábado, 30 de junho de 2018 20:59
Para: [hidden email] Assunto: [FFmpeg-user] FF-MPEG newbie trial testing streaming with ffserver and mpegts UDP multicast live stream.
I have been testing ffmpeg recently for a live broadcasting Project i have
ATM I am developing a multicast IPTV middleware streaming for a small ISP project.
Its working fine so far it Filters the DVB-S and DVB-T streams and outputs it without any transcoding output Multicast UDP 239.1xxx for each service found on the Transponder..
Só I have a problem the ISP wants to save bandwidth and some channels to be broadcasted are full HD 1920x1080 around 15 to 20mbits with all the AC 5.1 audios etc..
I want to transcode it with ffmpeg to h.265 to bring the HD stream down to something between 1.5mbits up to 4mbits
So far I am testing ffmpeg, but have not managed yet to transcode the live stream correctly