I'm currently using Wowza and would like to see about moving to Nimble Streamer. I've done basic testing but I'm not completely sure how to replicate our current archiving and push to youtube.
So Wowza records all live streams to mp4 directly and keeps a single file for each archive. I can then push those to youtube later and clear out the content location by a script running a few times a day. I'm trying to work out that functionality with Nimble. I've seen some ffmpeg commands to convert the DVR multiple m4v files into a single mp4 but it requires some knowledge of a range which seems like a fairly manual process. It isn't clear to me how I would figure those out programatically for say two different recording that happened this morning that I want to produce a mp4 of.
Thanks for any help/pushes in the right direction.
You can calculate start time getting current time in UTC and adjusting it to some value, e.g. if you run your script to save mp4 hourly, you can get current utc time using 'date +%s' and substract 3600 from it, setting requested duration to 3600 you'll get an mp4 for the last hour.
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