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Also you could (if capturing from live source), instruct the live source to feed a "smaller stream" (ex: webcam stream 640x480 instead of 1024x1280), or you could set a lower output "output quality" setting (q level), or specify a lower output desired bitrate (see Encode/H.264 for a background).Or try a different output codec, or specify new parameters to your codec (for instance, a different profile or preset for libx264).FFplay introduces some video artifacts, also, see notes for it in "troubleshooting streaming" section Also some settings mentioned above like "probesize" might help it start more quickly.

Here's how one guy broadcast a live stream (in this instance a Capture/Desktop#Windows?You'd lose the benefit of having a server, of course.NB that a client when it initially starts up may have to wait until the next i-frame to be able to start receiving the stream (ex: if receiving UDP), so the GOP setting (-g) i-frame interval will have an effect on how quickly they can start streaming (i.e. Setting it to a lower number means it will use more bandwidth, but clients will be able to connect more quickly (the default for x264 is 250--so for 30 fps that means an i-frame only once every 10 seconds or so). This does not affect actual latency (just connection time) since the client can still display frames very quickly after and once it has received its first i-frame.Live Jasmin; Live Sex Cams; Mature Sex Cams; Lesbian Sex Cams; Couple Sex Cams; Fetish Sex Cams; Shemale Sex Cams; Gay Sex Cams; Live Sex; Live Sex Shows; Live Jasmin Live Jasmin - Live Cam Site, Sexy Models, Sex Chats Online.FFmpeg can basically stream through one of two ways: It either streams to a some "other server", which re-streams for it to multiple clients, or it can stream via UDP/TCP directly to some single destination receiver, or alternatively directly to a multicast destination.Another possibly useful receiving client is "omxplayer -live" See also "Point to point streaming" section esp. Here is a list of some other ideas to try (using VBR may help, etc.) In general, the more CPU you use to compress, the better the output image will be, or the smaller of a file the output will be for the same quality.

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