- drake and christina milian dating
- Free chat with out any payments
- who is sam shepard dating now
- dating sites oldermen
f=7&t=4882&p=10110&hilit=rtsp#p10069 to narrow down the problem, i've run ffplay from the commandline and the capture is perfect. :sout=Recommend：c - Open CV - how to capture rtsp video stream Bunny_115k.mov" (it works in moment of publishing this post) Now I want to catch this video stream in open CV (opencv 2.4.7 / 2.4.8) I've my code works perfectly on local movie files but when I try to capture rtsp I get msgs like: "Couldn't #duplicate :sout-all :sout-keepthis displays fine in my code, but at a noticeably lower frame rate that won't work for my application.
i've run another instance of VLC to capture the RTSP stream and it displays perfectly. i'd really appreciate any tips to fixing this problem. opencv rtsp emgucv capture corruption | this question edited May 23 at Community ♦ 1 1 asked May 8 '15 at 4mla1fn 58 10 | 1 Answersup vote 0 down vote I don't know if you solved your problem but i suggest you not to make your process in event. Create another thread and make your proccess in it. to my surprise, this seemed to solve all my problems with smearing. – 4mla1fn Jul 1 '15 at Recommend：video - Open CV RTSP H264 capture images in between.
This solution avoids the delay of the first solution however it takes little more than 100 ms to grab each frame, which means that I can only achieve on average 10 FPS.
I would like to know how can I read the video using c or another library developed in c ?
In this case I am using opencv to directly read from a stream encoded with in H264 (profile1), however this yields the same problem reported here As suggested in the previous question, I tried to disable FFMPEG support in opencv installation, which solved the h264 decoding errors but raised other problem.