Using a RPI 3B running Debian Jessie, I've been trying to get a simple stream of the "flatmax" audioinjector's onboard mic over RTP to a VLC player. I've tried many different commands such as:
ffmpeg -re -i hw:0,0 -f sap sap://184.108.40.206?same_port=1
which gives me a
hw:0,0: Protocol not found
error (as do many commands I've tried).
ffmpeg-f alsa -i plughw -f rtp rtp://destinationHost:port
ffmpeg -ac 1 -f alsa -i hw:1,0 -acodec mp2 -ab 32k -ac 1 -re -f rtp rtp://220.127.116.11:1234
which give me
Unknown input format 'alsa'
I am not sure why I keep getting these errors, as it seems I have the alsa drivers setup correctly, with the audioinjector being my default audio device. Is something not installed right, and what would it be?
I have however, managed to get an RTP stream up and running with a workaround:
arecord -f cd -D plughw:1,0 | ffmpeg -re -i - -acodec mp2 -ab 32k -ac 1 -f rtp rtp://18.104.22.168:7000
This creates a working RTP stream that I can detect and open on a separate device on the network, but the kicker is that I cannot seem to get any audio input into it.
So, it seems that something needs to be fixed on the audio input end of this. I'm not terribly experienced with this stuff, so feel free to throw ideas!