Streaming Raspberry Pi Camera H264 into HTML over RTMP


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by txt3rob » Wed Oct 16, 2013 8:46 pm
note to self: FFMPEG takes ages to compile!
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by txt3rob » Thu Oct 17, 2013 6:44 am
all set up thank you very much!
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by txt3rob » Thu Oct 17, 2013 1:59 pm
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<object width="470" height="320"> <param name="movie" value="http://YOURIP/strobe/StrobeMediaPlayback.swf"></param><param name="flashvars" value="src=rtmp%3A%2F%2FYOURIP%2Fflvplayback%2FmyStream&streamType=live"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><param name="wmode" value="direct"></param><embed src="http://YOURIP/strobe/StrobeMediaPlayback.swf" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" wmode="direct" width="470" height="320" flashvars="src=rtmp%3A%2F%2FYOURIP%2Fflvplayback%2FmyStream&streamType=live"></embed></object>


change the YOURIP bit and it should work :)
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by zanco » Sat Oct 26, 2013 5:37 pm
Hi Rayui, and all other readers.

I have been trying to get this h264 to get to work without luck. Building ffmpeg from source did succeed within one hour. All other steps like cherokee and so on succeeded also. Creating the stream.html with the content from page 1 also did go right, but gave me the page with the strange A A A characters as described in this post. I manually removed all what seemed to be spaces and replaced everything. However, if I open the stream on my Ubuntu machine is shows me a black "window" but no video content. I did take a look at the crtempserver log but I have no clue what to look for. It's 45 K so perhaps a bit large to paste into this message.

Streaming with or without disabled preview makes no difference. Messages like

frame=18970 fps= 25 q=-1.0 size= 38978kB time=00:12:38.76 bitrate= 420.8kbits/
frame=18982 fps= 25 q=-1.0 size= 38998kB time=00:12:39.24 bitrate= 420.8kbits/
frame=18997 fps= 25 q=-1.0 size= 39023kB time=00:12:39.84 bitrate= 420.7kbits/
frame=19011 fps= 25 q=-1.0 size= 39049kB time=00:12:40.40 bitrate= 420.7kbits/
frame=19025 fps= 25 q=-1.0 size= 39093kB time=00:12:40.96 bitrate= 420.8kbits/
frame=19042 fps= 25 q=-1.0 size= 39115kB time=00:12:41.64 bitrate= 420.7kbits/

appear in the terminal window after starting this:

raspivid -t 99999999 -w 960 -h 540 -fps 25 -b 500000 -n -o - | ffmpeg -i - -vcodec copy -an -f flv -metadata streamName=myStream tcp://0.0.0.0:6666

Can anyone shine a light on this ?

Thanks in advance,

Ben
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by charsi » Sun Oct 27, 2013 1:46 pm
Hi

Thanks for this tutorial! I have managed to get really crisp video streaming from my pi with less than 1 sec lag (using strobe+nginx) .
Only thing I am missing is the ability to
1 - view the stream via vlc
OR 2- if the above is not possible, the ability to save 5min segments of the video to a shared drive.

Any help in achieving either of the above two solutions will be greatly appreciated.

EDIT: figured out how to stream to VLC
VLC cannot directly play rtmp stream but it is possible to do it via rtmpdump
this is the command I am using --
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rtmpdump -v -r "rtmp://IP_ADDR/flvplayback/myStream" --live -o - | "C:\Program Files (x86)\VideoLAN\VLC\VLC.exe" -

I have saved a bat file with the above code in the same directory as rtmpdump and every time I run it a VLC window opens up with my stream. Has considerable lag though(4-5 sec) :(.. not sure if its vlc buffering or rtmpdump taking time to process
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by volt1876 » Thu Oct 31, 2013 10:56 am
I do offer differences in latency on the streaming between streaming to an browser to a PC or Mac and streaming to an flash-enabled browser on android smartphone. All are on the same wireless lan, and yet the browser on smartphone is far behind the pc's browser. I am using strobe plugin running off nginx-rtmp. Could it be processor power? Any idea why?
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by towolf » Fri Nov 01, 2013 7:46 pm
HLS was not made for the real-time type of live streaming. Only the TV type of live.
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by Shep » Sun Nov 03, 2013 2:30 am
First off, a major, major thank you to everyone who has contributed thus far. I could not have gotten this far on my own, and your efforts are much appreciated! :D

I just wanted to post my experiences with this. I've successfully gotten two webcams set up running simultaneously, both accessible outside the network. I even put a page on my website so I can view them both independently (saving on bandwidth). I will be using these as security cameras so I can watch the house wherever I go.

Now, if you've extended your root partition via raspi-config, keep in mind that any backups of the image will be the same size as the SD card you're using. It's a lot faster to keep the partition the stock size until you have it working, then backup the image, then extend the root partition, rather than extend it before doing anything (if you even need to, and for a dedicated webcam, you probably don't).

First, I followed the directions in this post to get the initial work done with a few exceptions:
viewtopic.php?t=45368&p=397481#p397481
I did NOT change the log from Weekly to Yearly, as I really don't need an entire year's worth of log files hogging up space every time I access the webcam. Weekly works good enough for me. I stopped following the directions when he started to install jwplayer. (I originally gave it a try, but had the 6-second lag on my Model B, even within my own network. Strobe Media Player had a much better 1.5-second lag). Highly recommend doing something else in the 3+ hours it took to compile ffmpeg; don't expect to make ANY further progress until it's done.

Then I followed the directions in this post to get the webcam to automatically start on boot:
viewtopic.php?t=45368&p=400571#p400571
(This was necessary to ensure that all I need to do is plug it in to get it running, without user input)

Finally, I followed the directions in this post to use Strobe Media Player:
viewtopic.php?t=45368&p=400923#p400923
Although I saved the HTML file as /var/www/view1/index.html so I would only need to type "http://YourIPAddressAndPort/view1" to access the camera. Saving it as /var/www/index.html would mean I would only need to type the IP address and port into a web browser to bring up the webcam, which is probably more optimal.

Then to ensure no conflicts within my Router, I followed the directions here:
http://www.howtogeek.com/167195/how-to- ... -hostname/
And renamed it "RaspberryPiWebcam1" within the network.

Camera #1 worked flawlessly. I logged into my router and set up port forwarding for ports 1935 (rtmp) and 80 (http), set to be externally accessible via ports 1935 and 5591 respectively (the latter is purely arbitrary) for both TCP and UDP. This camera is a Model B connected via ethernet, and even accessing it outside the network, I only got about 1.5 seconds of lag. Then came time to get camera #2 operational. First I backed up the SD card image onto my laptop, then re-added it to a second SD card, creating a mirror-image of the first setup. This saved a boatload of time from not having to recompile ffmpeg for a second time, not to mention I knew I was getting a working setup right off the bat.

I followed the directions in the last link above to rename this camera "RaspberryPiWebcam2" within the network, then I followed these directions to get wifi working, since I was now working on a Model A:
http://www.howtogeek.com/167425/how-to- ... mand-line/
I renamed /var/www/view1/ into /var/www/view2/ (again, not necessary, particularly if you placed the index.html file under /var/www/index.html -- I just like things tidy). Then I tried port forwarding on this device as well. That's when I got a conflict. While port 80 was accessible externally as 5592, having port 1935 accessible as itself externally was causing a conflict with Camera #1. I opted to have 1935 accessible as port 1936 externally. The problem? While I can view the page with the Stream Media Player on it outside the network, the video feed would not load. The solution? Alter the HTML file a bit to include the new external RTMP port number.

The HTML file you made has this line in it:
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src: "rtmp://" + window.location.hostname + "/flvplayback/myStream",

The problem is that RTMP defaults to a port of 1935, so while this will work for one camera, it will not work for any others. However, since this is client-side code, all you need to do is add the external port number as so:
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src: "rtmp://" + window.location.hostname + ":1936/flvplayback/myStream",

Changing "1936" to whatever external port number you gave it. While the HTML file will stop working within the network, any connections made from outside the network will work flawlessly. If you want to keep the ability to view it both ways, simply copy-paste the HTML file under a new name (e.g. "index2.html"), then change the ":1936" to ":1935" or remove it entirely, and you now have the ability to access the webcam from both inside and outside the network.

Now for the fun part: putting the stream on your webpage. Since the stream is originating from your RPi, the video feed does not use any of your website's bandwidth (it will, however, use your home's bandwidth). Say for example my IP address was 1.2.3.4, the port I'm using is 5678, and I placed the HTML file under /var/www/view1/ -- then I would add this HTML to my webpage:
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<object width="1305" height="745" data="http://1.2.3.4:5678/view1" /></object>

And bam, you now have access to your RPi video feed anywhere you have a flash-enabled browser, just by going to your website!

One final note: with regards to lag time, my Model B connected via ethernet gets a lag time of about 1.5 seconds regardless of how I access it. My Model A connected via wifi on the other hand gets a lag time of about 6 seconds, and "major changes" in the video (e.g. waving a hand in front of the camera) will cause pixelation. I do not know yet whether the Model A vs. Model B is causing the difference or if it's ethernet vs. wifi (or even both), but those are the only two differences between the two setups. I'll need to research it further.
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by jarrah31 » Mon Nov 25, 2013 9:45 pm
Hi Shep - I just want to say thanks for collating all the posts within this thread. Your combined solution meant that I could easily follow the instructions to produce a working video stream to a browser.

The only extra commands not listed within the setup was to "chmod 755 video.sh" and pi_cam files created within the section below so that they would execute on boot.

Then I followed the directions in this post to get the webcam to automatically start on boot:
viewtopic.php?t=45368&p=400571#p400571


I just wish there was an easy to follow, minimum lag tutorial on streaming to either an iPhone or iPad now... :)
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by peclik » Mon Dec 02, 2013 12:06 pm
I've set up web page with videostream and video parameters control - see the screenshot attached:
http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/download/file.php?mode=view&id=5276.
The control will retstart raspivid&ffmeg after Apply is pushed.

Installation:

Warning:
  • the pages and cgi script has been coded with no effort to make it secure, use it in local environment only !!!
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by mclarkk » Sun Dec 15, 2013 7:15 am
I registered just to say thank you!

I'm a grad student at U of M, and we needed to put together a pi webcam with a fast enough frame rate that it could capture light shows run on the programmable lights that we placed on the spiral staircase in the CSE building. After trying several other solutions, this did the trick! It's so fast and smooth that it can even capture the flashbulbs in the Eiffel Tower light show, which is impressive.

Thank you!!
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by stevesteel » Tue Dec 24, 2013 8:22 am
texy wrote:This is working a treat - many thanks.
As I downloaded and copied jwplayer via my windows laptop, I had to chmod some files on the pi, otherwise the browser would show a black screen, apart from that I had no problems.
Compiling ffmpeg take some time ;-)

Any way of this method being used in IOS devices?

Texy


I have the same problem with the black screen. Which files did you chmod to get it to work?

Thanks
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by txt3rob » Fri Dec 27, 2013 9:27 am
any one want to post a complied version of ffmpeg?
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by turnip-complete » Thu Jan 02, 2014 4:54 am
Thank you for these excellent instructions. The option to disable timeout of raspivid is -t 0 in the current version. However, there seems to be a major issue with jwplayer: when it cannot connect to jwpcdn.com, it will refuse to run: "could not load plugins: file not found". It is sending statistics home to longtailvideo. One of their corporate guys confirmed this here: http://www.longtailvideo.com/support/forums/jw-player/bug-reports/29508/jw6-phones-home-privacy-concerns/ - when asked if they track users, he played dumb. Allegedly you can disable this in the non-free version.

So, this unfortunately makes jwplayer unusable for me, not only because it is a spyware from people with a shady business model, but also because my application is running in an isolated intranet, where jwplayer will refuse to run :lol:
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by Paul3 » Fri Jan 10, 2014 6:32 pm
Thanks for this great post. I struggled for long time with the message of "Error loading player: No playable sources found" on the browsers. Eventually I realized the browsers I tried do not have flash installed. Then browser with flash works very well, with very low network bandwidth. If I specify raspivid to encode in 1080p 5fps 1.5Mbps, then ffmpeg reports about 1.2Mbps, and the transferred bandwidth by jwplayer is only about 0.3Mbps. This is similar to dropcam now.

I'm new to this so have a couple questions:

1. what's the role of jwplayer? Is it used to further reduce bandwidth? I don't know how to measure the output bandwidth of crtmpserver.

2. does this work with remote zoneminder?

At least, zoneminder works with "RTMP (flash) streams". So maybe zoneminder would at least work with the underlying

rtmp://ip_of_pi:1935/flvplayback/flv:myStream.flv

right? But that is the output of crtmpserver. Or maybe it will also work with the final html produce by jwplayer?

I will give both a try and report back.

By the way, the noip camera appears to have mostly natural tone for indoor objects in the daytime, so maybe for indoor surveillance purpose we can simply use the pi noip.
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by Paul3 » Fri Jan 17, 2014 5:25 pm
I later realized the above won't work with zoneminder by default, as they are all flash stuff and zoneminder doesn't understand it. There is a couple webpages on the web saying zoneminder can support rtmp somehow, like http://www.zoneminder.com/wiki/index.ph ... er_ToolKit . But I can't find a download link. This link http://community.ubnt.com/t5/airVision/ ... d-p/664427 mentioned pushing rtmp to zoneminder without saying how.
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by toxictwin_eats » Mon Jan 20, 2014 9:44 pm
I have setup cam like in the posts before and everything works fine.
But there are two things that not working now or are annoying:
1. raspi cam only works when I set in raspi-config the cam to <enabled>, but then I get that annoying cam picture overlayed at the hdmi output. Is there a possibility to have the cam enabled but not the overlay?
2. I followed the post "by peclik » Mon Dec 02, 2013 12:06 pm" to setup his web page with the video conrol. Web page and live picture from the cam works. But not the controls. If I change settings at the "button field" and push apply nothing changes at the cam live view. Also the buttons jump back to its initial states. I think it is something execution rights but I'm not sure. I'm noob to linux.
I changed the /etc/init.d/pi_cam script to /etc/init.d/videostream but what then?
He says " allow python cgi scripts execution from www root dir" but I'm not sure how to do this.
Done this:
>sudo visudo
and added the following lines at the end of the file
# allow www server restart videostream when video configuration changing through the web
www-data ALL = NOPASSWD: /etc/init.d/videostream
but do not know if that is enough.
Isn't python already installed with raspberrian?

Thanks in advance,
toxictwin_eats
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by gosukuso » Tue Jan 21, 2014 8:32 am
hi i'm having trouble at the

git clone git://source.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg.git ffmpeg


i get this error here .

cloning into ffmpeg....
fatal: unable to connect to source.ffmpeg.org:
source.ffmpeg.org. errorno=connection refused
source.ffmpeg.org .... errono= address family not support by protocol...



please advise ..
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by DougieLawson » Tue Jan 21, 2014 8:49 am
gosukuso wrote:hi i'm having trouble at the
git clone git://source.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg.git ffmpeg


Try
git clone HTTP://source.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg
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by gosukuso » Wed Jan 22, 2014 5:44 am
DougieLawson wrote:
gosukuso wrote:hi i'm having trouble at the
git clone git://source.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg.git ffmpeg


Try
git clone HTTP://source.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg



hi same issues here after trying
git clone HTTP://source.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg[/quote]

fatal: could not create work tree dir ' ffmpeg'.: permisson denied.
pls futher advise
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by DougieLawson » Wed Jan 22, 2014 8:44 am
cd /tmp
git clone http://...

The ID you're using can't write to the current working directory. If you clone into /tmp that won't happen. You can move stuff later.
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by gosukuso » Thu Jan 23, 2014 3:01 am
hi i've tried. seem to have some unknown error. not sure if it's my school internet firewall connection.


any advise on streaming from raspberry pi camera on a local desktop thru network?

if possible would like to save the file on remote folder on desktop on local desktop
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by Laurence997 » Thu Jan 23, 2014 6:51 pm
micpi wrote:Access with rtmpdump solved. I found this hint her https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/c-rtmp-server/2QXxIIr11vE/rw6vBR0UZXAJ.

There must be a "live" parameter set in the request, otherwise the crtmpserver search for file request.

So this will work with crtmpserver & rtmpdump:

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rtmpdump -r "rtmp://<your Rasp-IP>/flvplayback/myStream" --live -o foo.flv


Same with ffplay

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ffplay -an "rtmp://<your Rasp-IP>/flvplayback/myStream live=1"


With this it is possible to see the video Stream AND record it for surveillance tasks.
Searching for a Outdoor Case for the Raspi+Cam? I found a Camera dummy for 8€ at ebay. With some mods the raspi annd camera module fits in the case. Hope to send later some pics.


I must say that this is a great thread, thanks to Ray for taking the time to post the How-to. This is the first thing I've done on a Raspberry pi, and even though I have very limited experience with linux commands and filesystems it's made the whole process really manageable.

I have managed to get the video to stream to a web browser using JWPlayer and Strobe Media Player as described, at full resolution and 25fps, however I need to view the stream on a raspberry pi so, like micpi above, I tried RTMPDump. While RTMPDump does work, when viewing the feed piped to omxplayer there is a delay of a good few seconds that grows and grows the longer that you leave it playing. I suspect that this is because the pi on the recieving end just isn't able to keep up to pace, and rather than drop frames like the flash players, it's reading from a fifo buffer that keeps growing in size when the pi slows down.
I know I could probably help the situation a lot by dropping the resolution and bitrate, but I would like to know if there's a way to stop the buffer growing too large, at which point it could drop frames until the receiving pi can catch up again?
These are the commands I'm using (the pi streaming the video is at 192.168.1.106):
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sudo mkfifo /tmp/cam
sudo rtmpdump -r "rtmp://192.168.1.106/flvplayback/myStream" --live -o /tmp/cam | omxplayer /tmp/cam

The other option would be to use ffplay, as in the quoted post above, but when I tried that the only video output I got was a black screen (I used the ffplay command exactly as quoted). It did connect to the rtmp server and was receiving data, but there was no video output Could this be because I used the standard raspbian compile of ffmpeg on the receiving pi? Do I need the H.264 codecs to decode the flv? I would really like to see what I'm doing wrong if you've got it working micpi.

To be honest I'm thinking about using netcat as is described on the foundations camera intro (http://www.raspberrypi.org/camera#). I would like to be able to stream to webpages and phones like rtmp allows, and there is more that I could do with this method of streaming, but I need to be able to stream pi to pi, so that might be the better option.
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by rayui » Thu Jan 23, 2014 9:09 pm
@zanco - Ben, sorry for the delay in reply. I didn't quite appreciate how many replies I'd get! What you need to look for in the log file is the following:

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<MAP name="" isArray="false">
    <STR name="ip">0.0.0.0</STR>
    <UINT16 name="port">6666</UINT16>
    <STR name="protocol">inboundLiveFlv</STR>
    <STR name="sslCert"></STR>
    <STR name="sslKey"></STR>
    <BOOL name="waitForMetadata">true</BOOL>
</MAP>


This, in conjunction with the messages you see on the Pi's console output shows that the camera is successfully streaming over cmtpserver. This is a good sign! I'm not sure what you mean by "I open the stream on my Ubuntu machine is shows me a black 'window' but no video content". Did you follow the instructions regarding the HTML page?

@mclarkk - That's awesome! Thanks for getting in touch, I really got a kick out of your post.

To everyone else: thanks! I'm really glad it's been so useful :)
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by xvanic04 » Wed Jan 29, 2014 5:36 pm
Hello,
I would like to ask you to help me configuring streaming on my raspberry. I am able to create test.flv as mentioned in the previous post. Unfortunatelly I get the following error:
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raspivid -t -1 -w 960 -h 540 -fps 25 -b 500000 -vf -o - | ffmpeg -i - -vcodec copy -an -f flv -metadata streamName=myStream tcp://0.0.0.0:6666
ffmpeg version N-60229-g2998688 Copyright (c) 2000-2014 the FFmpeg developers
  built on Jan 29 2014 16:36:54 with gcc 4.6 (Debian 4.6.3-14+rpi1)
  configuration:
  libavutil      52. 63.100 / 52. 63.100
  libavcodec     55. 49.101 / 55. 49.101
  libavformat    55. 28.101 / 55. 28.101
  libavdevice    55.  7.100 / 55.  7.100
  libavfilter     4.  1.101 /  4.  1.101
  libswscale      2.  5.101 /  2.  5.101
  libswresample   0. 17.104 /  0. 17.104
pipe:: Invalid data found when processing input

Log contains the following text:
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<MAP name="" isArray="false">
    <STR name="ip">0.0.0.0</STR>
    <UINT16 name="port">6666</UINT16>
    <STR name="protocol">inboundLiveFlv</STR>
    <STR name="sslCert"></STR>
    <STR name="sslKey"></STR>
    <BOOL name="waitForMetadata">true</BOOL>
</MAP>
1391016231:6:/build/crtmpserver-W2XmBu/crtmpserver-1.0~dfsg/thelib/src/protocols/liveflv/inboundliveflvprotocol.cpp:51:Initialize:_waitForMetadata: 1
1391016231:4:/build/crtmpserver-W2XmBu/crtmpserver-1.0~dfsg/thelib/src/netio/epoll/iohandlermanager.cpp:100:RegisterIOHandler:Handlers count changed: 6->7 IOHT_TCP_CAR$
1391016231:6:/build/crtmpserver-W2XmBu/crtmpserver-1.0~dfsg/thelib/src/protocols/liveflv/baseliveflvappprotocolhandler.cpp:45:RegisterProtocol:protocol CTCP(11) <-> TC$
1391016360:0:/build/crtmpserver-W2XmBu/crtmpserver-1.0~dfsg/thelib/src/netio/epoll/tcpcarrier.cpp:78:OnEvent:Unable to read data. 192.168.1.10:59424 -> 192.168.1.51:66$
$_TCP_CARRIER
1391016360:6:/build/crtmpserver-W2XmBu/crtmpserver-1.0~dfsg/thelib/src/protocols/protocolmanager.cpp:44:EnqueueForDelete:Enqueue for delete for protocol [ILFL(9)]
1391016360:6:/build/crtmpserver-W2XmBu/crtmpserver-1.0~dfsg/thelib/src/protocols/liveflv/baseliveflvappprotocolhandler.cpp:58:UnRegisterProtocol:protocol [ILFL(9)] unr$
1391016360:6:/build/crtmpserver-W2XmBu/crtmpserver-1.0~dfsg/thelib/src/application/baseclientapplication.cpp:216:UnRegisterProtocol:Protocol [ILFL(9)] unregistered fro$

Could you please give any advice regarding the settings?
Thanks a lot,
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