Hello everyone, first of all, thanks to all the community for providing support and making such an amazing job.
I am trying to use Sanic to receive a video feed from FFmpeg, basically instructing FFmpeg to upload video chunks to Sanic server but using a persistent http connection. (Why? because continuously open/close the connection is not feasible for networks with big latencies)
I am not able to understand how to define the route and through wireshark I see a request like this:
110.805096 10.78.84.251 172.25.99.244 HTTP 1405 PUT /0001/init-stream0.m4s HTTP/1.1 PUT /0001/chunk-stream0-00001.m4s HTTP/1.1
Basically two PUT requests in one and then a continuation.
With Sanic 19 and 20 I receive different errors but first of all I would like to ask how can I setup a route
to receive data from a persistent channel
I tried the following without success:
@app.route("/<istream_id>/init-stream<itrack_id:int>.m4s/<cstream_id>/chunk-stream<ctrack_id:int>-<segment_number>.m4s", methods=["POST", "PUT","DELETE"], stream=False) async def upload_file(request, istream_id, cstream_id, itrack_id, ctrack_id, segment_number): @app.route("/<stream_id>/chunk-stream<track_id:int>-<segment_number>\.<extension>", methods=["POST", "PUT","DELETE"], stream=True) async def upload_file(request, stream_id, track_id, segment_number, extension): In the documentation I found the follwoing but still no luck: @app.post('/stream', stream=True) async def handler(request): async def streaming(response): while True: body = await request.stream.get() if body is None: break body = body.decode('utf-8').replace('1', 'A') await response.write(body) return stream(streaming)