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Questions tagged [h264]

h264 is a widely used video compression codec standard

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Omxplayer doesn't play videos when OpenGL enabled

Today I setup my new RPI3 B+ with raspbian stretch as a desktop (OpenGL enabled 128 mem split). I use RPIs for some time as servers but not as desktop. I tried to play video (with avc codec) with ...
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raspivid doesn't include b-frames

I'm streaming raw h264 using raspivid on Raspberry Pi 3 and PiCam v1 . However, even I set the h264 profile to main or high, stream only contains I and P frames. Here is the command that I use for ...
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Low video quality with h264_omx encoder

I have a Logitech C922 webcam and I'm recording using ffmpeg with this settings: ffmpeg -thread_queue_size 1024 -f alsa -r 16000 -i hw:1,0 -f video4linux2 -thread_queue_size 512 -s 1920x1080 -i /dev/...
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Wrong timing in picamera video capture?

I'm using a real simple python script to capture a video file to a file, taken from the "simple recipes" guide : import picamera camera = picamera.PiCamera() camera.resolution = (640, 480) camera....
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Should playing uncompressed RGB video files consume strictly less resources than playing encoded files?

I don't know much about video, but to play an h264 encoded file into a screen, don't you have to decode it to something like RGB first? I would expect playing a video that is in RGB format to skip the ...
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H.264- B Frame Setting Change

I'm currently using the Pi to stream H.264 video to Amazon Kinesis Video Streams. However, I'm only able to send video intermittently. Their support says that my camera is producing video with B ...
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uv4l and janus “use of hardware codec is disabled in this restricted edition”

I have a rpi 3 with the v2 camera running stretch 9.1. I've installed raspicam and uv4l according to the instructions on linux-projects.org. I have the janus gateway setup on a separate box. I am ...
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ffmpeg slideshow on raspberry pi raspbian

I'm trying to make a slideshow video from few (in this case 3) .jpgs. To do this, I'm using ffmpeg -r 1/5 -i bat%03d.jpg -c:v libx264 -r 30 -pix_fmt yuv420p proba12.mp4 and actually it works on ...
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Setting up RTSP using v4l2

Around one year ago I built some Raspberry pi streaming device fitting on a model train. Being unhappy with the setup process on how to receive the stream on windows (using MPlayer), I decided to use ...
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omxplayer ignores --fps option when playing h264 file

I made a video using the Raspberry Pi camera that came with a .h264 extension. I know that this file doesn't have the fps metadata associated with it. I found that playing it with omxplayer like this: ...
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Video streaming over Bluetooth from RPi3 to android app

I'm building a robot that is controlled using a Android app by sending commands over Bluetooth. I would like to also get a video over bluetooth to my android app from RPi3. My question here is, did ...
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OpenCV VideoWriter and Hardware h264

I'm working on a python/pygame application, and i'm facing some difficulties when I try to capture a video from a usb camera (640x480) to a h264 encoded file, through OpenCV. Everything work fine with ...
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How Can I Stream Video from SD Card over Ethernet via RTSP?

Problem: I need to stream a video file from my RPi SD card over RTSP to display on a client computer. I'm new to RPi and Linux-based interfaces. I'm also new to RTSP and video streaming. My hardware:...
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Get h264 from Webcam Logitech C922

I've read multiple threads about streaming a Logitech C920 Webcam via raspberry pi with cvlc using basically this command: cvlc v4l2:///dev/video1:chroma=h264:width=800:height=600 --sout '#standard{...