Occasionally when streaming the streams stop, I guess due to buffer underrun, but then the last drawn frame just sits there, for hours if it wants.. So wondering if it would be some better way to handle this? If I press stop, I'm returned gracefully, and can start the stream again, but if was some kind of timeout/retry mechanism built-in then it would be more user-friendly.
or is it not a part of librtmp to handle that, to see if a stream has stalled, and possibly reconnect..?
Joined: Jul 2012
2014-04-23 10:14 Post: #796
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Yesterday 18:30 Post: #797
I have similar issue with rtmp streams, only that when I do press stop (X) xbmc freezes and I need to close down the process via task manager.
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