[ogg-dev] On-the-Fly multiplexing Video

Pandu Rakimanputra pandu.rakiman at gmail.com
Tue Mar 23 04:07:26 PDT 2010

It sounds good to me. Could you tell me how to create on-the-fly live
video streaming? What program should i installed?

The advantages maybe if you want to monitor a lot of room (like
security control room) or for multi-angle live stream. But it's just
my opinion, and dosen't proved yet

Thx before

Pandu Rakimanputra

2010/3/21 narendra sisodiya <narendra.sisodiya at gmail.com>:
> On Sun, Mar 21, 2010 at 9:02 PM, ogg.k.ogg.k at googlemail.com
> <ogg.k.ogg.k at googlemail.com> wrote:
>> > As written on my subject, is it possible to do on-the-fly video
>> > multiplexing with OGG? I'm doing my final project in my college, and i
>> > want to build a system which has three live videos from cameras, then
>> > i want to transmit those video in single stream. The Receiver can
>> > choose which video that receiver want to see.
>> It is certainly possible. You'll have to be wary of the latency which
>> might be introduced (eg, waiting for each video stream to have a
>> page ready, before being able to decide wich to output to the output
>> stream first). Also, bear in mind that your stream will obviously have
>> three times the bitrate of a single one.
>> > I tried using oggz and piping in linux, but it no works.
>> You'll have to be more explicit than this if you want answers/suggestions.
>> _______________________________________________
> just curious,
> How about sending 3 stream. client end  can select which steam to watch at a
> time. Or they can watch 3 steams at time as per there wish.
> Not able to get the advantage in bundling streams,
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