Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of ffserver


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Oct 11, 2012, 5:07:32 AM (7 years ago)
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burek
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    48 When you finally build a valid configuration file, you'll want to run your ffserver in the background (as a daemon), which can be accomplished using either a trailing ampersand character in a shell command or more conveniently you can comment out "NoDaemon" directive inside your config file (works on Windows too).
     48When you finally build a valid configuration file, you'll want to run your ffserver in the background (as a daemon), which can be accomplished using either a trailing ampersand character in a shell command or more conveniently you can comment out "`NoDaemon`" directive inside your config file (works on Windows too).
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    5050= Connecting your input sources =
     
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    8484It would be very wise to start off reading the ffserver's [http://ffmpeg.org/sample.html sample configuration file]. It is self-documented with a lot of comments and it is a good starting point for beginners, since it contains various examples too. It would be a waste of time and space to write about it again here. Also, [http://ffmpeg.org/ffserver.html ffserver's documentation page] might help too. In general, the configuration file is consisted of global directives, list of feed elements, list of stream elements and a specification of a special status stream element, which is used to provide a way for you to view the status of all your running streams.
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     86= Examples =
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     88TODO: ''add some popular streaming examples, like:''
     89- h264+aac in flv/ts
     90- theora/vorbis in ogg
     91- etc.