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consuming plain producer results in worker crash

Any news on the fix @jmillan ?

Created at 1 month ago
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consuming plain producer results in worker crash

Yes that's correct. I am not claiming it's caused by mediasoup, yes most certainly it's caused by those timestamps being set (a bit, but enough to notice) incorrectly, probably simply by wall time of the moment the packet arrives to gstreamer. Because before the fix, everything worked fine until it crashed at ~80 seconds, i'm assuming after the fix, i should be able to not use the artificial timestamps and thing should be working.

Created at 1 month ago
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consuming plain producer results in worker crash

It works with video (while the stream becomes a little bit jerky, unacceptable for movies but 100% fine for webcams). We are waiting for your fix and will retest again.

Created at 1 month ago
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consuming plain producer results in worker crash

It seemed to help on the first try!! We will keep testing and keep you updated. Thanks!

Created at 1 month ago
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consuming plain producer results in worker crash

Ah i understand, it's RTP packet timestamps which are all the same, but codec packets' pts within them are correct so the stream is playable. We will look into it on our side thanks.

Created at 1 month ago
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consuming plain producer results in worker crash

So, your point is, it shouldn't crash, but it shouldn't work either, because timestamps of the packets are malformed? But how does it play in the first 80 seconds then?

Created at 1 month ago
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consuming plain producer results in worker crash

Cool cool, have you reproduced it @jmillan ? Anything else we could do to help you fix it?

Created at 1 month ago
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consuming plain producer results in worker crush

(every single time, but wait for ~80 seconds!)

Created at 1 month ago