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Old 01-05-2006, 02:37 PM   #1
tuxfood
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Can't we use ffserver to stream mpeg,rm files?


hi ...

I am trying out ffmpeg system on my machine.

So the installation part went pretty smooth .

Now as a test i would like to stream a mpg file.

running ffmpeg command ..(after starting ffserver..of course!!!) i get the error message

Code:
  /dev/video - Is a directory
 Could not find video grab device
wht to do?
wht does this video grab device mean?

thnks in advance

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