Commit f0cbd7d7 authored by Benjamin Pracht's avatar Benjamin Pracht

Some more doc...

parent 622e5e78
......@@ -134,20 +134,24 @@ ms&gt;</emphasis> to drop packets that arrive too late at this stage of
the chain, <emphasis>raw</emphasis> if you don't want to wait until the
MTU is filled before sending the packet.</para> </listitem>
<listitem><para>http: streams over HTTP.</para>
<para>Item options are: <emphasis>user=&lt;user name&gt;</emphasis>
<listitem><para>http: streams over HTTP.</para> <para>Item
options are: <emphasis>user=&lt;user name&gt;</emphasis>
to enable HTTP basic authentification and set the user,
<emphasis>pwd=&lt;password&gt;</emphasis> to set the basic
authentification password, <emphasis>cert=&lt;path to
certificate&gt;</emphasis> to enable SSL encryption of the http
connection, and set the certificate to use, <emphasis>key=&lt;path
to key&gt;</emphasis> to set the private key file the server
should use for the SSL connection, <emphasis>ca=&lt;path to
certificate&gt;</emphasis> to set the path to the root CA certificates
to use for SSL, <emphasis>crl=&lt;path to certificate&gt;</emphasis>
to set the revocation certificate to use for the SSL connexion,
<emphasis>mime=&lt;mime type&gt;</emphasis> to set the mime type
returned by the server.</para></listitem>
authentification password, <emphasis>mime=&lt;mime type&gt;</emphasis>
to set the mime type returned by the server.</para></listitem>
<listitem><para>https: streams over HTTP, using a secured SSL
connection.</para>
<para>Item options are the same as for http and: <emphasis>cert=&lt;path
to certificate&gt;</emphasis>to set the certificate to use,
<emphasis>key=&lt;path to key&gt;</emphasis> to set the private key file
the server should use for the SSL connection, <emphasis>ca=&lt;path
to certificate&gt;</emphasis> to set the path to the root
CA certificates to use for SSL, <emphasis>crl=&lt;path to
certificate&gt;</emphasis> to set the revocation certificate to use for
the SSL connexion.</para></listitem>
<listitem><para>mmsh: streams using the Microsoft MMS protocol. This
protocol is used as transport methof by many Microsoft's softwares.
......@@ -240,17 +244,48 @@ is file. Supported codecs are MPEG 1/2/4, H263, H264 and I263 for video,
MPEG audio and a52 for audio streams.</para>
<para>There is not item option for this muxer.</para></listitem>
<listitem><para><emphasis>mpjpeg:</emphasis> the multipart jpeg muxer. This encapsulation
format is mostly used on suveillance video cameras with an integrated
webserver. Such streams are usually embedded in webpages and seen with
standard Internet browsers, as they are seen as a succession of jpeg
images. The only supported output method is HTTP. The only usable codec
is MJPEG. No sound track can be muxed in such streams.</para>
<para>No item option is available for this muxer.</para></listitem>
<listitem><para><emphasis>mpjpeg:</emphasis> the multipart jpeg muxer.
This encapsulation format is mostly used on suveillance video cameras
with an integrated webserver. Such streams are usually embedded in
webpages and seen with standard Internet browsers, as they are seen
as a succession of jpeg images. The only supported output method is
HTTP. The only usable codec is MJPEG. No sound track can be muxed
in such streams.</para> <para>No item option is available for this
muxer.</para></listitem>
</itemizedlist>
</sect3>
<sect3><title>url</title>
<para>This option allows to give informations about the location
where the stream should actually be saved or sent.</para>
<para>Here is the meaning of the <emphasis>url</emphasis> option
depending on the parameter used for the <emphasis>access</emphasis>
option.</para>
<itemizedlist>
<listitem><para>If the <emphasis>file</emphasis> output method is used, url is
the complete path where the file should be saved.</para></listitem>
<listitem><para>If the <emphasis>udp</emphasis> or <emphasis>rtp</emphasis>
output method is used, url is the unicast or multicast
destination address and, optionaly, UDP port, in the form
<emphasis>address:port</emphasis>.</para></listitem>
<listitem><para>If the <emphasis>http</emphasis>,
<emphasis>https</emphasis> or <emphasis>mmsh</emphasis> output method is
chosen, url is the address, port and path of the local network interface
on which the server should listen for requests. If no address is given,
VLC will listen on all the network interfaces. These information
have to be supplied using the <emphasis>address:port/path</emphasis>
syntax.</para></listitem>
</itemizedlist>
</sect3>
<itemizedlist>
<listitem><para><emphasis>url</emphasis>:
if you use the
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