Quoting Matthias Apitz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:

> El día Wednesday, April 02, 2008 a las 12:18:25PM +0200, Matthias Schneider
> escribió:
>
> > Quoting Matthias Apitz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> >
> > > El día Friday, March 28, 2008 a las 12:16:53PM +0100, Damien Sandras
> > > escribió:
> > >
> > > > Try changing the video size ?
> > > >
> > > > I think you will have to run things step by step, it will be boring,
> but
> > > > I'm sure it will fix a severe bug that other persons could encounter.
> > >
> > > We're getting closer... I've put in some debug fprintf's and for
> > > [EMAIL PROTECTED] it asks OPAL to do:
> > >
> > > Debug:lib/engine/protocol/skel/call-core.cpp CallCore::dial()
> > > Debug:src/endpoints/opal-call.cpp Opal::Call::Call()
> > > Debug:src/endpoints/opal-call.cpp Opal::Call::OnOpenMediaStream()
> > > Debug:StreamType Audio
> > > Debug:stream_name: PCMU
> > > Debug:src/endpoints/opal-call.cpp Opal::Call::OnOpenMediaStream()
> > > Debug:StreamType Audio
> > > Debug:stream_name: PCMU
> > > Debug:src/endpoints/opal-call.cpp Opal::Call::OnEstablished()
> > > Debug:src/endpoints/opal-call.cpp Opal::Call::OnEstablished()
> > > Debug:on_established_call_cb
> > > Debug:setting mw->current_call = &call;
> > >
> > > i.e. no video is involved (which explains as well that switching off V4L
> > > to Moving Logo works well);
> > >
> > > while for [EMAIL PROTECTED] it is:
> > >
> > > Debug:lib/engine/protocol/skel/call-core.cpp CallCore::dial()
> > > Debug:src/endpoints/opal-call.cpp Opal::Call::Call()
> > > Debug:lib/engine/protocol/skel/call-core.cpp CallCore::dial()
> > > Debug:src/endpoints/opal-call.cpp Opal::Call::Call()
> > > Debug:src/endpoints/opal-call.cpp Opal::Call::OnOpenMediaStream()
> > > Debug:StreamType Audio
> > > Debug:stream_name: PCMU
> > > Debug:src/endpoints/opal-call.cpp Opal::Call::OnOpenMediaStream()
> > > Debug:StreamType Audio
> > > Debug:stream_name: PCMU
> > > Debug:src/endpoints/opal-call.cpp Opal::Call::OnOpenMediaStream()
> > > Debug:StreamType Video
> > > Debug:stream_name: h261
> > > Debug:src/endpoints/opal-call.cpp Opal::Call::OnOpenMediaStream()
> > > Debug:StreamType Video
> > > Debug:stream_name: h261
> > >
> > > and OnEstablished() is not passed...
> > >
> > > does [EMAIL PROTECTED] echoes video?
> > >
> > > changing the video size to 640x480 has no effect on this;
> > >
> > >   matthias
> > >
> > > --
> > > Matthias Apitz
> >
> >
> > Matthias,
>
> Hi Matthias,
>
> I think we have now the problem here that we have (at least) two
> 'Matthias', even with the same spelling; I propose that I firm from now
> on and should be called 'Emilio' (which is my 2nd name in German form
> as 'Emil');
>
> >
> > Damien has commited a patch to always include libgen.h, which is also a
> good
> > idea on linux.
> >
> > May I ask if you still do not get any video,
>
> I don't even know what I should see as echo from [EMAIL PROTECTED], the echo
> of my own cam picture like looking into a mirror or something else?
The image you are transmitting is looped back, so if you transmit a moving logo
you get the moving logo, if you transmit a camera signal you get the camera
signal.

> > i.e. is the on_established_cb still
> > not being called? Do I understand correctly it does/did not work with V4L,
> but
> > with the moving logo it worked?
>
> yes, and yes; with V4L aktivated the call does not reach
> OnEstablished(), can't be hanged'up but the voice is echoed correctly;
> with moving logo all works fine;
>
> I have had no further time until now to debug; do you have an idea or do
> you working on this as well?

Hm, it seems you never get a single video RTP packet. Could you verify that with
a protocol analyzer? Another thing possible would be if the receiving video
thread crashes at some point. Does preview work with V4L?

> do you have any plans about H.264 in H.323?
None from my side but there is an experimental implmenetation by Simone Horne
you can activate via a simple #define.
Matthias

>       Emilio
> --
> Matthias Emilio Apitz
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