runtime error

Asked by jian

Hi Alex

These days I got a runtime error when I am testing 1.6.4 on a windows 8.1 machine.

I created one layout with only one region(800x600), in this region, I have two live streaming cameras, each duration of them is 120s.
I got the runtime error every time after one and half hours.

The embeded codes are as following:

<OBJECT classid="clsid:9BE31822-FDAD-461B-AD51-BE1D1C159921"
  codebase="http://downloads.videolan.org/pub/videolan/vlc/latest/win32/axvlc.cab" width="800" height="600"
  id="vlc" events="True">
  <param name="Src" value="rtsp://address1/live.sdp" />
  <param name="ShowDisplay" value="True" />
  <param name="AutoLoop" value="False" />
  <param name="AutoPlay" value="True" />
  </OBJECT>

<OBJECT classid="clsid:9BE31822-FDAD-461B-AD51-BE1D1C159921"
  codebase="http://downloads.videolan.org/pub/videolan/vlc/latest/win32/axvlc.cab" width="800" height="600"
  id="vlc" events="True">
  <param name="Src" value="rtsp://address2/live.sdp" />
  <param name="ShowDisplay" value="True" />
  <param name="AutoLoop" value="False" />
  <param name="AutoPlay" value="True" />
  </OBJECT>

Thanks a lot for your help.
Jianjian

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Alex Harrington (alexharrington) said :
#1

Using LocalVideo for the RTSP would be preferable.

Otherwise it'll likely be a VLC bug or a dot net framework bug or a
combination of the two. All we do is open an Explorer window on Windows

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jian (huangjian0209) said :
#2

Thanks Alex.

I tried localvideo media type, I set the video path rtsp://192.xxx.xx.xx:port/live.sdp, duration 120, but it's not working.

Thanks
Jianjian

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Alex Harrington (alexharrington) said :
#3

Can Windows media player play that stream?

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Dan Garner (dangarner) said :
#4

It would also be interesting to see what the runtime error is.

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jian (huangjian0209) said :
#5

Hi Dan

I checked the event viewer, but I did not see the error, I will try more.

Currently I changed video encoding from h.264 to mpeg, and the protocol is still rtsp, and try embeded code with vlc again to see what will happen, because the codec is changed.

By the way, after that, I will try http, then try to use local video media file to play it.

Thanks
Jianjian

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jian (huangjian0209) said :
#6

Hi, Alex

I tried to input the rtsp to vlc media player, then stream out with http and wmv format. The windows media player can play it though the qulaity is very bad.

Then I tried local video media type, using the same address as it is in windows media player, http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:port/
but it's not working.

Any suggestion?

THanks
Jianjian

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jian (huangjian0209) said :
#7

Hi Alex

I tried MMS and wmv asf.

The local media is not working.

Thanks
Jianjian

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jian (huangjian0209) said :
#8

Hi, Alex

I tried embed media type with windows media player to play this, and tested 24 hours several times, no crash and no runtime error happened. Because I used vlc to do the convert, sometimes the convert stopped, so I do not have the result of more than 24 hours test right now.

By the way, embed media type with vlc to play this on 1.5 is OK.

Thanks
Jianjian

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Dan Garner (dangarner) said :
#9

It is quite strange that 1.5 is OK as they are functionally identical when it comes to embedding media (I don't think the code has even changed).

What might have changed is the addition of the registry settings for enabling a newer version of IE (there is a HTML5 FAQ explaining them). Perhaps you could see if that explains the different behaviour?

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