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Hello, myself and a dev have created a web app with a stream and it's mostly working when one stream is active. However, when running 2 or 3 machines from the same office trying to view the same stream, there is only one instance able to run at any time. Is this an IP restriction and we need to whitelist?

The second question is one laptop when connected by wifi receives the notification 'your connection is too poor to view this stream' - although the stream shows, the message keeps popping up. I appreciate the quality will be bad, but how can we stop this message keep appearing multiplet times or replace with a bespoke one such as 'your connection is poor and you may experience lower quality video' or something similar?

Finally, one camera (am running 3 through OBS) is focussed on something physically moving quite fast and I think I've optimised OBS settings to enable fastest frame rate etc, but the video sometimes appears choppy. How can I check or test if there is anything I can do antmedia end to optimise quality of speed/frame rate? I'm going to try another machine and use it purely to encode/upload and then ask somebody to view it from another location to see if it's anything to do with going through the same network switch etc.

Any advice appreciated!

Many thanks

 

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Hi,

For the first question, can you tell me more about your setup? Are you have a cluster setup?

For the second one, open /<ant_media_installed_directory>/webapps/<application_name>/play.html file and change the line 41 

<div id="networkWarning">Your connection isn't fast enough to play this stream!</div>

For the third one, can you check stats from this rest endpoint and share the results? https://antmedia.io/rest/#/BroadcastRestService/getWebRTCClientStatsListV2

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On 8/25/2022 at 6:57 PM, MmmmDonuts said:

. Hello, myself and a dev have created a web app with a stream and it's mostly working when one stream is active. However, when running 2 or 3 machines from the same office trying to view the same stream, there is only one instance able to run at any time. Is this an IP restriction and we need to whitelist?

The second question is one laptop when connected by wifi receives the notification 'your connection is too poor to view this stream' - although the stream shows, the message keeps popping up. I appreciate the quality will be bad, but how can we stop this message keep appearing multiplet times or replace with a bespoke one such as 'your connection is poor and you may experience lower quality video' or something similar?

Finally, one camera (am running 3 through OBS) is focussed on something physically moving quite fast and I think I've optimised OBS settings to enable fastest frame rate etc, but the video sometimes appears choppy. How can I check or test if there is anything I can do antmedia end to optimise quality of speed/frame rate? I'm going to try another machine and use it purely to encode/upload and then ask somebody to view it from another location to see if it's anything to do with going through the same network switch etc.

Any advice appreciated!

Many thanks

 


for the last part ...in streaming in generation to capture lot of motion you need more bandwidth not frame rate. FPS can make it smoother only if there is enough frames. It is choppy because I lacks the bandwidth needed to capture maximum frames of the fast movement. experiment with outgoing frame rate and bitrate.

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