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VLC mosaic howto

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This is a small example about how to use VLC media player to create a mosaic. What we basically want is a video mosaic mixing 3 video channels (channels 1, 2 and 3) on a background image (background.png) and streaming the resulting video on the network. Note that we will also be streaming the 3 sound tracks from channels 1, 2 and 3 in the same MPEG-TS stream.

Starting with VLC 0.8.5-test2, the HTTP interface features a 'Mosaic wizard'. You might want to use it if you have no knowledge of VLC command line usage.

Other neat examples :

Step 0

Read the VLC streaming howto[fr] (chapters 3[fr] and 5[fr] concerning command line and VLM usage in VLC) : www.videolan.org/doc

Step 1

Get VLC 2 or newer and install it on your computer.

Step 2

You now have to get a background for the mosaic.

An image is the easiest way to have a background that can be played as long as necessary. The image should be the same size as the video you want to create. Many image formats are supported (JPEG, PNG …).

It is also possible to use a video as a background for the mosaic, and superimpose other videos.

The frame rate of the background video or image will be the frame rate of the mosaic video. This is important since the default frame rate for image files is 10fps.

For videolan 1.x and earlier, use the fake: access method. The frames per second cannot be changed.

You should test it with VLC to see if it displays locally :

Step 3

You now need to configure VLC to get the 3 source streams and blend them on the background image.

The VLM configuration file looks like :

Since VLC 2.0, the mosaic options must be passed in the command line, and not in the VLM file.

Alternatively, one can setup a mosaic directly from files using a VLM configuration file as the following :

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To write the resulting stream to a file, the mosaic output line may also be replaced by :

Note that the source streams are network streams, which is likely to be the case if you're considering doing a mosaic.

Step 4

And now, the right command to launch VLC :

Other examples

Dual webcam with alphamask

See also: Documentation:Modules/alphamask

You can then launch it with :

The mask.png file is used to set transparency values on the isight camera (uses the png alpha plane). An example file to use is available at people.videolan.org/~dionoea/mosaic.

See also

Vlc Video For Macfasrtrek Recording

Mosaic framework (How-To)
Modules:mosaic (mosaic-bridge • bridge-in • bridge-out) • alphamask • bluescreen
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