[Red5] test-swf for red5 demo distrubution
Luke Hubbard (email@example.com)
king.selassie at gmail.com
Sat Oct 22 23:48:11 PDT 2005
I wouldnt use R5 quite yet. The demo was just really for people to play
The idea of using R5 in p2p enviroment has come accross my mind.
If you follow this direction please keep us informed and updated.
As I've said all along, people will take R5 in all sorts of directions.
That's one of the things I love about open source software.
On 10/23/05, R. Saccon <rsaccon at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dominick, thanks for the quick answer, so I went on and played a bit with
> Maybe I should explain what I actually was testing:
> It's a bit offtopic, but it might be interesting as alternative for
> streaming audio/video with free codecs and extending flash to
> There is a genious guy working on a P2P Videophone called WigiWigi, it is
> mostly written in assembler and is just 400 KB download size, read more
> about it at http://wigiwigi.com
> I was exploring different approaches for WigiWigi-enabling websites, one
> of them was local streaming (with red5), read more about it at http://www.wigiwigi.com/view_topic.php?id=11&forum_id=7
> Roberto Saccon - http://rsaccon.com
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