[Red5] silent group
neoriley at gmail.com
Tue Nov 8 09:59:58 EST 2005
Hey Rob, could I have you stop by and fill this out and send to me and Chris
On 11/8/05, Rob Terrell <robterrell at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dominick said:
> > Are there any people out there who haven't spoken on the list yet? If
> > so, speak up.
> Hi there... First of all, congrats to everyone on getting Red5 to
> where it is today. It's quite an achievement. In the last few months
> I spent some time investigating RMTP, running packet traces and so
> on. Currently, I have a small C++ server that generates screen-codec
> FLV files from an RFB connection, and we had developed some hacky
> ways to serve them live. So, we've been in the orbit of Red5 for some
> time without knowing it.
> I grabbed the latest from the repository and got it running pretty
> quickly without any real trouble. (BTW, adding a manifest to the jar
> file might make it simpler for people who aren't developers.)
> Like many on the list, live streams are what I'm focused on right
> now. So I'm interested in working on the publishing interface.
> Similarly, for large numbers of streams... large scale streaming
> often requires the ability to distribute a live stream to a set of
> reflectors. Windows Media Server makes this relatively easy to
> accomplish. I'd like to do something similar with Red5. The tricky
> part is that there is no equivalent to the ASX metafile, but I've got
> some ideas there.
> I'm also interested in perhaps extending the features beyond FCS,
> using bandwidth detection (discussed on this list previously) to
> lower the bitrate of a stream (perhaps using the technique discussed
> here http://www.progettosinergia.com/flashvideo/
> I'd like to contribute. I've tacked the roadmap to my wall. I see the
> team list is very large (huge!) Are there any spots where help is
> more needed?
> Anyway, I'm willing to help in any way. I'm just not sure how/where
> to start.
> Thanks for the incredible effort...
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