[Red5] Red-5 for P2P
rsaccon at gmail.com
Thu Dec 8 22:45:09 EST 2005
I have been playing with the idea of porting parts of red5 to C++. Skype
dosen't allow you to access theh audio/video stream, except your users
install virtual drivers. Maybe you should also consider http://wigiwigi,com,
which is a P2P/audio/video framework in development (the current alpha
releases provides videophone functionality in a binary of just 400 KB) .
On 12/8/05, Mehdi Mehdi <mehdi_cit at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hello list.
> I'm wondering whether it's conceptualy (reasonably) possible to use Red-5
> (or a lighter version of it) whithin a thick client app (For red-5
> "services" to run on the client side).
> For instance, it'd allow a thick client app to use the webCam and
> it to some equivalent client on some other PC (without the need to pass
> through/by a classic server).
> Think of some possible app like Skype. Actually Skype does have some sort
> API that enables one to code to Skype. But Skype itself is closed.
> Also, I read through this list's archive and found out that some of you
> thinking of building red-5 in .NET or C/C++. Has anything been done in
> I'd be interested in any C++ code that can "understand" the RTMP so as to
> used by some c++ client side App.
> I think that Red-5 server will run on Jetty. I know that some app use a
> lighter version of Jetty (about 400KB) to be embeded and used on the
> side". Maybe it's possible to use a java version of Red-5 on the client
> side! I'm not sure that'd be the best approach though.
> Any one cares to comment, is it a good idea at all? Maybe i should just
> to using skype!
> Anyhow..any imput will be apreciated... some one help me make my mind and
> move forward.
> Take care, and keep it comming. The whole Red-5 effort is really ..well...
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Roberto Saccon - http://rsaccon.com
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