RTSP cache/buffer

by Chirag » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 08:05:15 GMT


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 Hi All,

I am trying do rtsp video streaming on my android device using media
player. works fine for both, h263 and h264. the only issue is, I am
getting around 3 to 4 second delay. I want to reduce it to less then a
second.

I have checked till depth, I cant find buffer or cache settings
anywhere. Is it default for media player? Is there any way I can
change it?

Is there any other option to play remote video without delay??????

If this limitation is from Opencore it self, there is no way android
can have by-directional video calling with its native libs.


Thanks,

Chirag

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