[Red5] Record as MP3, audio conferencing
luke at codegent.com
Tue May 9 12:32:59 EDT 2006
The problem is.. the codec. :)
Nellymoser format is undocumented and AFAIK there is no open source decoder
or docs. I heard from the flashcomm list that Adobe will be releasing
an tool to transcode to mp3 on labs but so far its not
materialised. When / if its released perhaps you could use this with red5,
although I would imagine it they might block commercial use in the licence.
Anyway, we decided quite early on that we will not get involved in
transcoding codecs since there may be legal issues. We will however try to
make red5 easy to extend should by users who might want to plug it into
vendor sdks or external apps such as ffmpeg.
I hope this answers your question.
On 5/9/06, Harris, Mike <MHarris at international.edu> wrote:
> It would be really cool if Red5 could optionally record an audio stream
> as an MP3 file, so someone could record a file with just a Flash movie that
> would be made available for a podcast.
> Another thing that you can't do with FCS or FMS2 is to record an audio
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