> On Feb 17, 2018, at 4:13 AM, Joshua Hitchen <j...@metrosecurity.co.uk> wrote: > > Hi, > Sorry to bother you on something potentially purposeful – it just seems like > you may have meant to temporarily remove this functionality given that some > of the code for it exists but is commented out. > In JPEGVideoRTPSource.cpp you set the precision in the DQT segments to 0 > (meaning 8 bit), even though the corresponding sink supports setting the > precision via a call to the quantizationTables method.
This may (perhaps) have been an oversight. The “JPEGVideoRTPSource” code basically just implements the code that’s in Appendix B of RFC 2435 (which defines the RTP payload format for JPEG video). I.e., it transforms the information that was in the special RTP JPEG header (and quantization tables, if present) into a corresponding JPEG image header. It’s possible that this code is incomplete. If you’re sure about this, feel free to propose a patch to “JPEGVideoRTPSource.cpp" Ross Finlayson Live Networks, Inc. http://www.live555.com/ _______________________________________________ live-devel mailing list email@example.com http://lists.live555.com/mailman/listinfo/live-devel