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Version: 5.0

Ingest deploy example

SRS can start process to ingest file/stream/device, transcode or not, then publish to SRS. For detail, read Ingest.

Suppose the server ip is 192.168.1.170

Step 1, get SRS​

For detail, read GIT

git clone https://github.com/ossrs/srs
cd srs/trunk

Or update the exists code:

git pull

Step 2, build SRS​

For detail, read Build

./configure --ffmpeg-tool=on && make

Step 3, config SRS​

For detail, read Ingest

Save bellow as config, or use conf/ingest.conf:

# conf/ingest.conf
listen 1935;
max_connections 1000;
vhost __defaultVhost__ {
ingest livestream {
enabled on;
input {
type file;
url ./doc/source.flv;
}
ffmpeg ./objs/ffmpeg/bin/ffmpeg;
engine {
enabled off;
output rtmp://127.0.0.1:[port]/live?vhost=[vhost]/livestream;
}
}
}

Step 4, start SRS​

For detail, read Ingest

./objs/srs -c conf/ingest.conf

The streams on SRS:

  • Stream ingest: rtmp://192.168.1.170:1935/live/livestream

Step 5, play RTMP​

For detail, read Ingest

RTMP url is: rtmp://192.168.1.170:1935/live/livestream

User can use vlc to play the RTMP stream.

Note: Please replace all ip 192.168.1.170 to your server ip.

Winlin 2014.11