[Red5] Attempting the Impossible?
mrchrisallen at gmail.com
Thu Feb 9 14:28:57 EST 2006
Red5 is definitely your answer to this problem. The only thing that it
won't do (once it's in a stable version of course) is transcode the audio to
anything other than MP3 Nelly Moser format that the Flash player produces.
If you need to do this, of course you can build that part yourself. As for
saving audio on the server with Red5 that is certainly going to be possible.
On 2/9/06, Connor Penhale <lucificifus at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all!
> This post to this particular mailing list is regaurding the Red5 Project,
> and those who are willing to share what they know :) I am have put roughly
> 30+ man hours into creating a rich application for managing a radio station,
> much akin to the program SAM, and for this, I was going to use FMS2 to
> accept the audio signal from the flash RA. Now, I simply assumed that FMS2
> would be another wonderful macromedia product like Coldfusion and the Flash
> Platform. However, I was sadly mistaken, as FMS2 turned out to be not only a
> black box, as a black box I can deal with, but it was a daunting abyss box.
> Blacker than black black box. So, interested in Red5, but aware of its
> current development status, I am now posing the following question:
> Can RMTP be transcoded into MP3 or OggVorbis or otherwise and sent to an
> OSS platform such as QTSS/DSS or Icecast/Shoutcast ?
> I ask this question because I need to find a way for flash to upload a
> sound file (an RTMP payload?) and have it save somewhere on the server.
> Either for direct streaming to shoutcast, or for enqueing in a shoutcast
> playlist? This is my one dillema. I do not know how to move audio from Flash
> Player to the server.
> I currently have Coldfusion 7.1, which has flash remoting. Is there any
> way at all to get audio from flash player to somewhere on the server?
> Thanks guys! :)
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