After I open de vlc.sdp file you gave. However I can only see the video stream through VLC when QGC is not open. If QGC is open then the video stream opens for a second while in QGC it stops for a second. After the VLC stream stops and QGC continues normally.
It is as if VLC had tried to take the “stream power” from QGC for a second before this last one regained it.
Any solutions? The objective is to have multidisplay video.
You need to set up a multicast video pipeline. We do not have support for this right now, but it is possible to add.
You can instead use different client ips/ports for each stream, like @patrickelectric points out below.
I also tried to change the parameter RTP/AVP to UDP (since the config seems to be multiUDPsink) following this webpage: https://support.spinetix.com/wiki/SDP_file. Now it does not work with either of the ports.
I am running VLC on Linux.
Every-time I loaded the configuration to 192.168.2.2:2770/camera I saved it and rebooted the camera and the ROV, just in case.
Sorry for the late reply.
It is the same text/code I have in my configuration and .sdp file, but just in case I copied and pasted it again.
Here is the result: https://youtu.be/u_t6IJwhcJc
No video on the .sdp file with port 2000. I guess the problem is somewhere else but I cannot figure it out.
Thank you for the video, maybe your operating system has a process that is blocking/using this port, can you try with another number, E.g 5228 or any other port that you can test ?
This same issue happens when you’re using udpsink and port 2000 ?
I guess there is some problem with my configuration not being taken into account. I have written udpsink 2000 and It still only works with the port 5600.
After writing my configuration I click on save options, restart camera and reboot. It is saved because if I shut-down the companion computer and then reconnect it the configuration is still there, I can retrieve it from 192.168.2.2:2770/camera. However it seems that it is not being interpreted.