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no voice when connect to server with rtsp input

Version:2.8.1 Browser:Chrome 45

When I visit http://xxxx:3001?url=rtsp://xxxxxx the browser only output video stream and no audio stream outputing.

I use VLC to load rtsp stream and everything is ok.

I didn't modify the configuration file except the config.erizo.openh264Enabled=true.

Could you please help me find some possible reason?

Thanks a lot!!

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The audio encoder is MPEG AAC Audio (mp4a). Does it be supported?

 

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Sorry, the AAC is not supported in this feature yet.

Could you change the audio encoder to G711 or OPUS, and have another try?

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CHUNBO H. (Intel) wrote:

Sorry, the AAC is not supported in this feature yet.

Could you change the audio encoder to G711 or OPUS, and have another try?

The audio encoder can not be changed.Maybe I can create a new stream for audio siginal.

Thank you all the same!!

 

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Good. By the way, could you tell me the RTSP camera model if you used any?

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CHUNBO H. (Intel) wrote:

Good. By the way, could you tell me the RTSP camera model if you used any?

I don't clear its model but I know it can not catch the audio siginal.It is mixed some microphones with some cameras to a RTSP stream.

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So it sounds like this is a RTSP SERVER that will combine audio data (multiple inputs?) and video data (multiple inputs?) into ONE RTSP stream. Is it correct as above?

You information will definitely help us improve. Thanks!

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CHUNBO H. (Intel) wrote:

So it sounds like this is a RTSP SERVER that will combine audio data (multiple inputs?) and video data (multiple inputs?) into ONE RTSP stream. Is it correct as above?

You information will definitely help us improve. Thanks!

Yes,you are right.I used these devices in a classroom.

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Thanks for the information.

So my understanding is that you want to bridge your RSTP server output to our WebRTC solution?

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Also, could you provide the video and audio codecs your RTSP server supports?

Thanks!

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CHUNBO H. (Intel) wrote:

Also, could you provide the video and audio codecs your RTSP server supports?

Thanks!

Yes.What i want to do is RTSP streams as users  join meeting.

The video is H264,the audio is AAC.

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Great. Thanks. The information would help us improve!

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