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after several days of trial&error and googling, I still can't figure out how to get RTSP streaming to work in Processing3. I found several ways that seem possible, but I didn't find enough detail on each so that I could get it to work.
1) I found this post  that uses GSPipeline, however I don't know what to import as the GSPipeline object can't be found (I am using Processing 3 which seems to be based upon GSVideo)
2) Use VLCs ability to open the stream and then recode it to another format, but I couldn't find out what which format could be then opened by Processing.
3) Using Syphon, however there doesn't seem to be a VLC plugin, so another way to capture the stream would be necessary.
Radiologic Stream Receivers
4) Java Clients, I am sure that there are Java libraries handling the RTSP stream, can such be used?
As there are multiple ways, I am confused at the moment and would kindly ask anyone who already has a working example of displaying a RTSP stream in Processing for sharing their experiences on the topic.
Internet Radio (SHOUTcast, Icecast) Proxy for NodeJS
This module acts offers an interface for proxying the raw audio data andparsing the metadata from an SHOUTcast or Icecast broadcast. Theexposed API is offered as a
ReadStream for compatibility and flexibilitywith Node's other Stream interfaces.
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Here's a basic example of just piping the clean audio data to stdout,while printing the HTTP response headers and metadata events to stderr:
Look in the
examples directory for code of some more complex use-cases.
The most important use case of this is for HTML5 web apps that listen toradio streams; the
<audio> tag doesn't know how to deal with the extrametadata and it is impossible to extract. But a WebSocket connection couldbe used in conjunction with this module to provide those
metadata eventsto a web browser, for instance.
This will be available through
npm once it reaches a stable state. Whilealpha, you can currently just download this git repo: