[Red5] Cannot subscribe to Live Stream if its being Recorded
Ruben Sainz de la Maza
rsainz at afip.gov.ar
Tue Dec 5 16:00:17 EST 2006
You need to create 2 Streams, one for Live and another to record.
In FMS I make this, and works very well.
De: Red5-bounces at osflash.org [mailto:Red5-bounces at osflash.org] En nombre
de Costin Tuculescu
Enviado el: Martes, 05 de Diciembre de 2006 05:49 p.m.
Para: Red5 at osflash.org
Asunto: [Red5] Cannot subscribe to Live Stream if its being Recorded
Great work on the Red5 server. Its an amazing piece of software.
I've been working on implementing a live streaming app, but I also need
to record the live stream, but I've found that if you publish the stream
using "record", then the subscribers don't get the live stream when they
play it. They only get the recorded stream. This is what I'm doing:
mystream.publish("streamName", "record"); // red5 starts recording
stream on the server
mystream.play("streamName", -1); // this should play a live stream,
it plays nothing.
If I do:
mystream.play("streamName"); // the stream will start playing from
beginning of the recorded stream, not the live stream.
I really need a solution for this quickly... any hints on where I can
to try to modify this behavior? Thank you.
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