IPFS as a first-class citizen in FFmpeg, who’s next? | IPFS Blog & News

FFmpeg (opens new window) is the leading media framework that allows you to watch videos in almost any format. This framework is at the very core of many applications (think, for example, of OBS Studio, KODI, VLC, and even some game engines rely on it). Allowing FFmpeg to handle the IPFS protocol enables IPFS usage in many more applications than previously possible.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://blog.ipfs.io/2022-08-01-ipfs-and-ffmpeg/

What about IPFS support without requiring overlay? Would it be possible?

What do you mean by overlay?

What about use ffmpeg to also convert the streaming in ipfs chunks on the fly rather than to use ipfs push separately? example from rtmps://xxx.xxx/video to http://gateway/ipns/xxxx