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Louis Veronneau



transmitting and receiving correectly
if the transmitter stops transmitting for some seconds by caling :

the receiver then receives a publish_finished
all is fine.

now if the transmitter calls :
webRTCAdaptor.publish(streamId, token);  to restart broadcasting

then the receiver do not automatically start
even there is no message/events to the receiver if the stream restart.

is there a way i can do this ?
I mean the receiver would automaticaaly play the stream again if the transmitter stops for a second then restart.

I have been looking for streamFetcherRestartPeriod
or autostart but cant find anything on this.
can we send autostart through the websocket ?


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Hi lveronneau,

Have a good day. 

I think there is a misunderstanding about this issue. We are using StreamFetcher to pull RTSP and RTMP sources.

Our play.html page is already trying the WebRTC Playing. I couldn't understand your issue. Could you please check our play.html page? https://github.com/ant-media/StreamApp/blob/master/src/main/webapp/play.html

Best Regards,

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