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Is possible to use node to serve the transmuted mp4? #2001

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AlgusDark opened this Issue Nov 14, 2018 · 3 comments

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AlgusDark commented Nov 14, 2018

What do you want to do with Hls.js?
I want to know if it's possible to use HLS in node (maybe express) to fetch a m3u8 file and serve the transmuted mp4 on the fly to the user. This way I can link directly to a url with the m3u8 source file and get a mp4 file.

What have you tried so far?

  • Read the documentation
  • Check related issues
  • Used ffmpeg on node, but don't want to do that.
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patrickmichalina commented Nov 14, 2018

Why don't you want to use ffmpeg?

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AlgusDark commented Nov 14, 2018

Well, just for the challenge, most probably I'll end up with ffmepg (I haven't tried to see if I can stream ffmepg on the fly yet, so will try that)

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michaelcunningham19 commented Dec 5, 2018

Hey @AlgusDark - this may be possible. I don't know of anyone who's done it and it's out of scope of what the library is trying to achieve / support.

If you find you run into too many blockers with hls.js directly, you should take a look at potentially taking bits and pieces out as you need and wire them together in order to get the bare minimum requirement (transmuxed mp4 data)

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