> I'm trying to receive an audio only transport stream but can't figure out
> the right command.
> source : udp://@192.168.122.10:6006
> Audio PID: 800
> Service ID: 1001
> I have tried different commands but none seems to be correct. Also read the
> stream specifier documentation as suggested in some articles but couldn't
> find how.
> Can anyone help?
Am 06.08.19 um 12:52 schrieb Mustafa Al Ani:
>> why don't you just post he full command and it's output?
> Because of I need the correct syntax to try with. so far my input is
> "udp://@192.168.122.10:6006/?serviceId=1001&audioPids=800" which doesn't
> seem to be valid.
On Tue, Aug 6, 2019 at 11:51 AM Mustafa Al Ani <[hidden email]>
> @Reindl Harald - I should have realized your name before I reply you.
> SO PLEASE STOP I DONT NEED YOUR HELP.
> Anyone else in the list can help?
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Reindl Herald is not wrong in what was asked of you. We need the command
line your tried and the output/errors in order to help. If the information
you provided is the command line you tried then it is invalid and won't
I'm not an expert in streaming but from what I know the command line you
would use to receive udp would be something like:
ffmpeg -i udp://[multicast-address]:port ... (additional options added as
I hope this helps (and/or others add their input to better guide you).