Re: File extensions and transcoding to DLNA formats

I was making the mistake of declaring my "video/mpeg" streams as
"video/x-ms-wmv". That's why the MPEG_TS_HD_NA_ISO and MPEG_TS_SD_EU_ISO
transcoded streams were showing up.
It seems Rygel does not generate MPEG_TS_HD_NA_ISO and MPEG_TS_SD_EU_ISO
compliant streams if a MPEG2 TS is the input.


El lun, 04-10-2010 a las 18:36 +0200, Daniel Piñeiro escribió:
> Hello,
> I have detected a couple of issues.
> The first one is regarding to file extensions: if change the file's
> extension from .ts to .mpeg or .mpg, Rygel no longer exports the DLNA
> streams for the MPEG_TS_SD_EU_ISO and MPEG_TS_HD_NA_ISO profiles. Is not
> gupnp-dlna intended to solve this by obtaining extra data with
> gst-convenience and not depending on file extensions?
> I attach an file (ext.txt) with the DIDL-descriptions for each file
> extension.
> Second issue is about transcoding: if i serve a MPEG-TS with H.264 video
> (Main L3 1) and AAC LC audio, I might get for:
> - MPEG_TS_SD_EU_ISO a MPEG-TS with H.262 (MP HL) video and MPEG1
> L1/MPEG1 L2/MPEG2 L2/AC3 audio.
> - MPEG_TS_HD_NA_ISO a MPEG-TS with H.26 (MP HL) video and AC-3 audio.
> but I get no transcoding at all:
> - MPEG_TS_SD_EU_ISO a MPEG-TS with H.264 video (Main L3 1) and AAC LC
> audio
> - MPEG_TS_HD_NA_ISO a MPEG-TS with H.264 video (Main L3 1) and AAC LC
> audio
> Am I wrong understanding the DLNA specs or is Rygel skipping the DLNA
> formats?
> Thanks in advance,
> Daniel.

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