How do I view the output through the RTSP?

For example:
My equipment is Jetson TX2.
Problems:

  1. I can view the output on the TX2.
    I want to know: when I run any test of the sample_apps, how do I view the output on the other computer through the RTSP?
    Thanks.
  2. Does it support multiplexing?

Hi,
There are some cases using udp:
https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/1027423/jetson-tx2/gstreamer-issue-on-tx2/post/5225972/#5225972
https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/1015916/jetson-tx1/using-gstreamer-plugin-rtpsink-to-transfer-video-the-udpsrc-output-has-mosaic/post/5175310/#5175310

And HLS:
https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/1042208/jetson-tx2/hls-live-streaming/post/5286632/#5286632

For your information. Other users may share their experiences.

Hi,
I just modify source1_csi_dec_infer_resnet_int8.txt:

...
[sink0]
enable=1
#Type - 1=FakeSink 2=EglSink 3=File 4=RTSPStreaming 5=Overlay
type=4
#1=h264 2=h265
codec=1
sync=0
bitrate=4000000
# set below properties in case of RTSPStreaming
rtsp-port=8554
udp-port=5400
...

After saving, I use:

$ deepstream-app -c ../../../../samples/configs/deepstream-app/source1_csi_dec_infer_resnet_int8.txt

Then I use VLC on other computer to connect:

rtsp://<My TX2 IP>:8554/ds-test

I can’t get the output media.What should I do?
Can someone give me a configuration file with RTSP output?
My computer is on the same LAN as TX2.

It works well!
Because I mistakenly occupied the RTSP channel, I can’t get the output.
And It supports the multiplexer I want by adding the number of sink, it’s great!
Thanks.

@arknights, what does “mistakenly occupied the RTSP channel” mean? Or perhaps more importantly, what did you do to make the RTSP server work?

Cheers,
Joe

FWIW, here’s what I did to make it work client-side:

RTSP=localhost:8554/ds-test
gst-launch-1.0 uridecodebin uri=rtsp://$RTSP ! nvvidconv ! nveglglessink sync=0

Note the use of /ds-test instead of the standard gst /test and the use of nvvidconv in case your source doesn’t quite agree with the nveglglessink.

Cheers,
Joe