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Properties to configure FFmpeg.

property FFMpegProperty: TRVFFMpegProperty;

You can check the presence of FFmpeg using IsSupportedFFMPEG function.

The main property is FFmpegProperty.UseFFMpeg, it turns FFmpeg support on/off.

You may wish to disable FFmpeg in the following cases:

if you want to use GStreamer instead of FFmpeg to play HTTP or RTSP video streams;

if you want to use native RVMedia JPEG/MJPEG decoding. Some cameras provide videos in format of updated JPEG pictures. FFmpeg may thought that this is a static picture, so it stops after the first frame.

if you want to use DirectX instead of FFmpeg to play local files (only VCL and LCL for Windows); DirectX plays videos with sound.

Default value


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