[Red5] video stream quality
robterrell at gmail.com
Fri Mar 17 10:21:53 EST 2006
Camera.setQuality( bandwidth, frameQuality );
bandwidth = integer specifying bytes per second; defaults to 16384;
use 0 for whatever is needed to maintain the specified framequality.
framequality = integer between 1 and 100 specifying compression
level. 100 is no compression. specify 0 to vary the frame quality as
needed to maintain the bandwidth cap.
Also, Camera.setMode will let you specify fsp.
Use these calls on a retrieved camera, i.e.
var cam = Camera.get();
On Mar 17, 2006, at 9:56 AM, Simon de Haan wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I'm running Red5 on our company blog on http://blog.eight.nl but I was
> hoping to get some better quality video stream, is there a way to
> control this?
> I'm suspecting this is a flash setting but I'm not sure. I've resized
> the Embedded Video component a bit but that doesn't really increase
> Any ideas?
> Simon de Haan
> Eight Media
> The Netherlands
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