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Ross Finlayson finlayson at live555.com
Thu Jan 28 07:05:19 PST 2010

>However, could I do the following to stream live video?It maybe
>    familiar to multicast.
>         The server is following the "test***streamer" example.A 
>client connects to the server.When
>   the server receives the "PLAY" command,it adds the client's IP to 
>a list or array, every time a
>   packet is sent, it will be sent to all the IP in the list.And when 
>one client tears down,the server
>   removes its IP from the list.So that the next packet won't be sent 
>to the client.

No, your code doesn't need to do *anything* with IP addresses.  Our 
code *already* implements this (in the "RTSPServer" and 
"OnDemandServerMediaSubsession" classes).  Look, for example, at the 
code for "testOnDemandRTSPServer" (or "live555MediaServer").  It 
*already* implements a unicast RTSP server, with the ability to 
support multiple clients concurrently.

(This will be my last posting on this topic.)

Ross Finlayson
Live Networks, Inc.

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