I am completely stumped with trying to stream video using gnu radio
and the USRP. I have been at it for an absurdly long time without
I could really use some help. (With Unbuntu and the latest UHD/GNU
There has got to be someone who has done this, but so far google is not
I have read so many sites of people looking for help and being given
that doesn’t work, the internet is now fully spammed when it comes to
After days and days I read things like:
‘To correctly and completely use the RTP payloaders on the sender and
you need to write an application. It is not possible to write a full
RTP server with a single gst-launch-1.0 line.’
or that player ‘x’ isn’t really player ‘x’ its a fork due to developers
fighting and is rather broken…
Most of what I read is about streaming over a network with a constant
rate (adaptive bit rate) which really does not relate well to USRP?
I have tried countless permutations of command line strings with various
options using gstreamer, ffmpeg, vlc. mplayer
I have tried UDP and File sink/source.
I once I had it nearly working but could not get the player to stream
a constant bitrate (which i think usrp would require?). I have lost
of which player that was though.
At this point I am completely desperate for a a solution. I am looking
any solution that works (even badly).
All I am to do is put together a demo, and it is becoming clear I have
idea what I am doing. Either that or this as far far less trivial than
I would greatly appreciate some help here as this endeavour is now