[PD] VLC 2.1.x and Gem
landon.etienne at gmail.com
Thu Mar 5 09:30:17 CET 2015
I saw the backtrace saying things about lua, I'll try and update.
Maybe I could give a shot to a vanilla, is there any difference in lua
version between vanilla and extended ?
I can open the streams with VLC, with 2.0.8 it doesn't work fine but with
2.1 and 2.2 I had no issue. You can try this one for instance (I have
many), these are weather or tourism cam:
Thanks again !
2015-03-05 2:53 GMT+01:00 Antoine Villeret <antoine.villeret at gmail.com>:
> according to the backtrace, you have liblua 5.1, I have 5.2, maybe an
> upgrade could be worth a try ?
> also I'm using pd-vanilla, but i don't think this is the root of the issue
> btw could you open the stream with vlc and this configuration ?
> is it an internet stream I can play from Bruxelles ?
> do it yourself
> 2015-03-05 1:19 GMT+01:00 Etienne Landon <landon.etienne at gmail.com>:
>> Thank you all for your answers,
>> Le français ne pose pas trop de problème :) and Labomedia is one of my
>> first source when facing such issues (thanks for that !). Still, I'd
>> really prefer a "inner Gem" solution
>> Antoine, I just tried with 14.10 and libvlc-dev version 2.2.0pre2 but
>> same thing, it crashes gem. So this must be something with my install
>> procedure, I've gathered a list of command to compile Gem with a maximum of
>> plugins. I'm going to try again with only the components I really need.
>> Jack I tried removing the plugin from my fresh gem compil and no luck. I
>> just removed the symlink, is it enough ? I'll try a "--without-ImageMagick"
>> And sorry, I forgot the "device" in my mail, I had it in my patches.
>> 2015-03-04 22:16 GMT+01:00 Jack <jack at rybn.org>:
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>>> Try to remove the Image Magick plug-in in your Gem folder.
>>> There was (on my system), a conflict between VLC and ImageMagick.
>>> For info, le right message is : [driver vlc, device screen://( and not
>>> [driver vlc, screen://(.
>>> Le 04/03/2015 20:29, Etienne Landon a écrit :
>>> > Hi list,
>>> > I want to get web camera streams into Gem, with different
>>> > streaming formats (mainly http and rtmp). VLC plugin seems like the
>>> > perfect way to handle that, but I can't get it to work with Gem. I
>>> > know pdgst could be a solution but vlc has the advantage that I
>>> > could handle any stream type the same way (where gst needs a
>>> > different pipe).
>>> > On Mint17 and Ubuntu 14.04 Gem crashes with segfault as soon as I
>>> > try to open anything with VLC (like |driver vlc, screen://( ) Both
>>> > use vlc 2.1.4, I also tried 2.1.6 (vlc stable-daily ppa), same
>>> > behaviour. Having seen this thread
>>> > <http://sourceforge.net/p/pd-gem/bugs/211/>, I tried the symlink
>>> > removal without success, so made a gdb backtrace (attached with
>>> > this message, usefull information are in the last lines) Config for
>>> > this backtrace is : Freshly installed, updated Ubuntu 14.04.1 VLC
>>> > 2.1.4 pd-extended 0.43.4 Gem 0.93.git 374f713 freshly compiled
>>> > I had success regarding VLC and Gem on Ubuntu 13.10, which uses
>>> > vlc 2.0.8. But with that vlc version, my stream is really long to
>>> > start and stops after one minute or so. VLC behaviour between 2.0.8
>>> > and 2.1.4 regarding rtmp looks very different, in vlc 2.1.x
>>> > changelog they say "New RTMP input module, using libavformat!",
>>> > which might explain that (seems that it was ffmpeg before).
>>> > Has anyone successfully compiled vlc plugin for gem with recent
>>> > vlc version ? Or any idea what other solution I could try ?
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