alex at alexfisher
Jul 5, 2012, 4:42 PM
Post #3 of 7
On 5 July 2012 20:29, Gavin Hurlbut <gjhurlbu [at] gmail> wrote:
Re: HTTP live streaming broken in 0.25 fixes?
[In reply to]
> On Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 3:11 PM, Alexander Fisher <alex [at] alexfisher> wrote:
>> The demo using JW Player at http://backend:6544/ gives an error
>> message 'No AAC audio or AVC video stream found'
>> When I try to use Torc for IOS on my iphone, DVB recordings (UK
>> freeview) stream with only audio whilst DVD rips play with garbled
>> audio and picture cutting in and out.
> To be honest, I really don't care if Torc for IOS works at all.
> That's not our problem. We have nothing to do with that app.
I find this a shame, but fair enough. I've found it really quite
good. /me ducks :)
> However, if we did manage to break HLS, we'll fix it.
Great news and will be much appreciated by other HLS users too.
>> I could try recompiling the mythbuntu packages with the commit I
>> mentioned reverted and retesting if that would help.
> That would be a good start. :)
Sorry, I was a bit short on time the other night, but yes, reverting
the change to mythtranscode.cpp does indeed fix the issues I was
Both types of file I was having issues with have started working again
- both in the myth internal webserver example and in the 3rd party
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