Re: [Ekiga-devel-list] Incoming video in Ekiga

Hi Lorenzo,
could you please specify which version of ekgia you are using (SVN trunk, which revision, or ekiga
stable). Also you didnt mention the platform (linux, win32,...)

Thaks in advance,

--- Lorenzo Miniero <lorenzo miniero unina it> schrieb:

> Hi all,
> I'm writing this mail and not on -users since I think this will be of 
> more interest to developers than users.
> I'm developing a videomixing application and I'm using Ekiga to test its 
> functionality with H.261. The mixing and composition, both based on 
> libavcodec/libswscale, of more Ekiga video sources works fine (well 
> fine... let's say it somehow works, to be a start), but I noticed a 
> strange behavior when sending the mixed frames back to the Ekigas. All 
> is done on 176x144 frames, which means that each Ekiga sends its own 
> 176x144 frame, and they receive back a 176x144 composed frame containing 
> a mix of all the sources. However, when Ekiga receives the first mixed 
> frame, the video window is resized to 352x288, even if only the top-left 
> part (which is 176x144) is filled with the incoming frames, while the 
> rest of the window remains empty, except for some garbage.
> The strange thing is that, if before sending Ekiga the first mixed 
> frame, I send it back a frame of it's own video, the window is not 
> resized and the mixed video appears in a normal 176x144 window.
> I don't know if it's a bug in Ekiga or if it's what I'm sending that is 
> corrupt, which is why I've written you about it, since I really can't 
> understand what could be wrong.
> I've uploaded an example of what is sent to an Ekiga:
> 	* a Wireshark dump,
> 	* and a RTPTools dump,
> both about 300k, which I hope can help you riproduce the scenario.
> If you're interested you can use the rtptools dump to see how ffplay 
> instead correctly understands the size of the frames:
> 	rtpplay -s 6666 -f ekiga_rtptools.dump /6668 (sender)
> 	rtpdump -F payload /6668 | ffplay -f h261 - (receiver)
> which of course means nothing, since I just used libavcodec to encode 
> the frames.
> Thanks in advance for any feedback you'll be able to give me, I hope to 
> hear from you soon.
> Regards,
> Lorenzo
> -- 
> Lorenzo Miniero, Junior Researcher
> Dipartimento di Informatica e Sistemistica
> Università degli Studi di Napoli "Federico II"
> Via Claudio 21 -- 80125 Napoli (Italy)
> Phone: +390817683821 - Fax: +390817683816
> Email: lorenzo miniero unina it
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