I need to send a fairly long command using python docker SDK ffmpeg -f lavfi -re -i smptebars=duration=60:size=1280×720:rate=30 -f lavfi -re -i sine=frequency=1000:duration=60:sample_rate=44100 -pix_fmt yuv420p -c:v libx264 -b:v 1000k -g 30 -keyint_min 120 -profile:v baseline -preset veryfast -f mpegts "srt://127.0.0.1:4200?pkt_size=1316" I have an example where you ned to wrap each element in double quotes. container1 ..
When I stream to YouTube with ffmpeg from within a container on google cloud run, I get a connection timeout. But the same container successfully streams from google cloud build to YouTube during the container build process (which I accidentally found out). Also, the same container successfully streams to YouTube when I run it locally. ..
I am AWARE of how to solve this problem of missing problem module with spleeter on WINDOWS. Here is the solution https://github.com/deezer/spleeter/issues/101 How can I achieve the same inside my docker container? In my docker file, the FFMPEG is being installed but it is missing the probe module. This is a common problem but one ..
I have 2 ip cameras – one of Hikvision and another of Provision ISR. Both use Onvif and work on VLC. I’ve written a simple python script to record images every 5 sec from their video stream. On Windows 10, using VSCode they both work as expected. Once deployed to a Docker container, my script ..
I’m facing an issue with my docker build. I have a dockerfile as follow: FROM python:3.6 RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y libav-tools …. The issue I’m facing is that I’m getting this error when building on ubuntu:20.04 LTS E: Package ‘libav-tools’ has no installation candidate I made some research and found out that ..
I have a ffmpeg Dockerfile function that I deploy to my OpenFaaS: FROM ghcr.io/openfaas/classic-watchdog:0.1.5 as watchdog FROM jrottenberg/ffmpeg:4.1-alpine RUN mkdir -p /home/app COPY –from=watchdog /fwatchdog /usr/bin/fwatchdog RUN chmod +x /usr/bin/fwatchdog # Add non root user RUN addgroup -S app && adduser app -S -G app RUN chown app /home/app WORKDIR /home/app USER app # Populate ..
I use the shaka packager to create a .mpd file from the live stream. For that, I used the following command to packaging stream. packager ‘in=udp://127.0.0.1:40000,stream=audio,init_segment=audio_init.mp4,segment_template=audio_$Number$.m4s’ ‘in=udp://127.0.0.1:40000,stream=video,init_segment=h264_480p_init.mp4,segment_template=h264_480p_$Number$.m4s’ –mpd_output h264_live.mpd And I executed this command to generate an SDP file. ffmpeg -re -stream_loop 100 -i input.mp4 -vcodec copy -an -f rtp rtp://127.0.0.1:11111 -sdp_file saved_sdp_file -acodec copy ..
We have a little Nodejs app, which starts a stream process, with a child_process.spawn. On the client-side, we have an HTML5-canvas element, which records the video data new MediaRecorder(canvas.captureStream(30), config), then this client sends its data to our Nodejs server over a WebSocket connection. We using FFmpeg for video encoding and decoding, then we send ..
I don’t know what’s going on. A script run by Django works fine, but not through Docker and Django. An error is returned: Pic Errno 2 No such file or directory Below is the code of the function with the error and the code of the Dockerfile. ”’ def mediainfo(filepath): Original code: prober = get_prober_name() ..
I am triying to a logo to video that is uploaded to cloud storage using ffmpeg library, I deployed this code as cloud function is runs only with small size videos, so I decided to move to cloud run, but here I have to build container myself so I used this command instead gcloud builds ..