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rooiejoris

octoprint and ustream / livestream / et cetera

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Anybody got a livestream up and running to a streaming service like ustream or livestream et cetera...?

I followed this on the octopi image, but it doesn't work for me for some reason...!?

pi@octopi ~ $ avconv -f video4l2 -s 640x480 -r 10 -b 350k -i /dev/video0 -f flv rtmp://1.11042617.fme.ustream.tv/ustreamVideo/11042617/FfhSOMeWEIrdcodeherM

avconv version 0.8.13-6:0.8.13-1+rpi1, Copyright © 2000-2014 the Libav developers built on Jul 29 2014 02:09:52 with gcc 4.6.3

Unknown input format: 'video4l2'

cheers joris

 

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Personally I prefer connecting remotely to the pc and look at the video directly. This way it doesn't stream all the time but if you need to stream you could livestream to twitch tv. They have a free app you can run on your pc/mac (dont think it will work on raspberry pi). It works great. I think you can stream to other services with the same app.

 

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