[Red5] Ant - build - am i missing something?
dj at reduxdj.org
Sun Nov 12 00:49:04 EST 2006
Seems that you have ANT_HOME set up properly. Do you have JAVA_HOME on
Yes. I do. Where is this tools.jar file anyway? Should I have ANT_HOME set up
as an environment variable, i didn't notice it but i can type ant server from
any dir and it tries to execute.
I'm excited to get this working,
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> 7. Re: Video vs. VideoDisplay (Dan Rossi)
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> Date: Sat, 11 Nov 2006 23:58:19 -0500
> From: "John Grden" <neoriley at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [Red5] Video vs. VideoDisplay
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> I don't know about anything relating to Red5 that would matter.
> Metadata is one thing that you don't get with the VideoDisplay component.
> They used to have an event dispatch for it in the beta, and then pulled it
> for the final - I have no idea why. That and you're sure of what's in your
> code - you rid yourself of any unnecessary code you don't need.
> it's a nice component however, so, it's not like there's anything wrong with
> using it.
> Just my 2cents
> On 11/11/06, John Kirby <jjkirby at comcast.net> wrote:
>> I built my first Red5 player using the Video class. After looking at the
>> VideoDisplay class it appears to be more robust.
>> What are the pro/cons of using one over the other... specifically when
>> connecting to a Red5 server?
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