Is it possible to use FMV with live streaming video and metadata? How I can achieve it?
Thanks for help!
Yes, the FMV add in supports adding and displaying a live stream. See the user documentation at http://esriurl.com/FMV132Manual - you add the live stream in the video manager window. To play a live video stream, you will need either the UDP, RTSP, or MJPG address of the video stream; enter the stream address under "File/Add Video Stream"
Thanks for your answer, but I have another case. I have one video stream without any metadata and another stream with gps and gimbal data. So my question is: Is it possible to merge this two streams and use FMV in real time?
No, this is not possible. FMV requires the MISB metadata to know how to place your video onto the map. If you have GPS and gimbal data, you can merge those into the video using the Multiplexer (Geoprocessing tool) but that cannot be done in real time.
Thanks for your disappointing answer! So I have another question. Do you know any C/C++ library or another sources which enable merging video with metadata to create MISB video in real time?
No, I've never heard of an implementation like this on a client system. Any realtime processing I'm aware of is completed on board the sensor system. I don't know if any of the sensor manufacturers publish an API for doing this, but I would expect they're all very sensor-specific (and most likely proprietary).
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