[Red5] What can Red5 do? (unofficial)
neoriley at gmail.com
Fri Feb 24 09:27:55 EST 2006
Yes, this gives Chris and I motivation to continue work on the
Red5.orgsite! We can see now, that there's a real need for marketing
english blurbs about the potential of R5
On 2/24/06, Dominick Accattato <daccattato at gmail.com> wrote:
> great information.. thanks Jason!
> On 2/24/06, Jason Abayomi <qtstorm at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Now that there is a release, this question seems to come up quite a bit
> > I've noticed. Based on the assumption that some of the people asking these
> > questions are not necessarily developers, not Java developers or better yet,
> > new flash/FMS developers, I can see the need for use/test cases on the
> > website once the product matures a bit more.
> > In the mean time, from my understanding, based on what Chris mentioned,
> > here is a basic rundown.
> > - Stream audio and video to Flash via RTMP.
> > Use Case: A multimedia server where things like videos and music are
> > stored and streamed to users based on request. Excellent for a music or
> > even a news website for archives of previous broadcasts.
> > - Record Audio and Video from a webcam or microphone via Flash to the
> > server.
> > - Allow real time communication through video, audio, text, white
> > boards etc... from Flash clients to Flash clients via the server.
> > Use Case: Build an application similar to macromedia/Adobe Breeze to
> > allow for video conferencing/collaboration. Excellent for web based
> > seminars, webcasts, distance learning and the like.
> > - Get server-side access to the Spring application context from all
> > Red5 protocols: RTMP, AMF, http, XMLSocket, etc... thus allowing your
> > application to tap into any Java API like JDBC, JNI, JMS, hardware
> > device controllers, transcoders, etc...
> > - Script server-side code in other languages besides Java.
> > Use Case: I'm not too familiar with spring, etc. But I am familiar
> > with JDBC and more recently during a presentation on Flex, JMS. Potential
> > for using the server to serve data to the application through AMF, JDBC for
> > database connectivity and like Flex Enterprise Services, maybe even provide
> > a scenario for data push to connected/subscribing clients through JMS ( Java
> > Messaging Services).
> > Of course, as I'm new to FCS/FMS myself, the above are just
> > assumptions. As such, I am open to any corrections, omissions and the like.
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