[Lazarus] [Pol] Stream video and save in client
aradeonas at operamail.com
Sat Feb 21 13:50:02 CET 2015
Thank you Graeme,
> Do you know about converting resource of them?
I mean usage resources like CPU,My English is poor,excuse me. Sure I
use ffmpeg. I want to know any one have experiance with case like this
and help me.
On Sat, Feb 21, 2015, at 04:37 AM, Graeme Geldenhuys wrote:
> On 2015-02-21 11:23, aradeonas wrote:
> > Do you know about converting resource of them?
> I always use ffmpeg to do any encoding or conversions. It is a command
> line app with a huge selection of configuration, but you can stick to
> more simple command line parameters which gives fairly good results. I
> believe I have seen GUI front-ends for ffmpeg too - one I think is
> even implemented with Lazarus. A quick Google search...
> > Also I want to use this videos with a client app not a web browser
> > and cache played video
> I didn't know how to code/develop something like that. I do know VLC
> supports that out of the box. You can play videos from a remote URL
> (Media -> Open Network Stream) and tell it to save or re-encode it to
> a local file at the same time.
> For example, in VLC: Media -> Open Network Stream, then enter a URL
> like https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4G-8RIvR3Q
> More details on opening a stream and saving it to file using VLC:
> - Graeme -
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