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Migrating from Nginx-Rtmp to Nimble

das 2016-06-01 14:34:23 UTC in Nimble Streamer

Currently we use nginx-rtmp for our live streaming. We are also setting up Nimble for our upcoming VOD platform.

We would like to move our live streaming to Nimble as well. All features we used in Nginx-rtmp is pretty well covered in Nimble except
1) Save the streams in MP4 format
2) Ability to run additional scripts on saved files after streaming gets over.

in Nginx-rtmp, proper callback events lets us to to run custom scripts to post-process a saved video from live stream.

So our requirement is as follows
1) Save the live streams in MP4 along with the default MPEG-Dash that Nimble supports
2) Get notified that the streaming ended and then run a script that post processes the video and uploads the new edited mp4 file to another server to the central video repository.

1) Can we achieve this Nimble?
2) Can we save the live streams to MP4 as well. We do not want to run another script to convert the MPEG-Dash files to mp4.

Max 2016-06-01 19:54:06 UTC


Unfortunately both of these features are not supported for now.

das 2016-06-02 03:54:14 UTC

Since live transcoder allows custom filters, can we not use that to save to MP4?

Yury Udovichenko 2016-06-02 23:36:22 UTC

This is a bit different but anyway, this feature is planned for one of further releases.

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