[Red5] "Live" stream based on a playlist
subpaul at gmail.com
Tue Nov 21 12:48:21 EST 2006
I can provide some direction on how to do it using playlists. This might not
be the best way. You should be able to just add all of your items to the
playlist and play them. From what I can see, each person who connects gets a
new playlist. You can add whatever you want to the playlist.
For example, if someone asks for a web-tv stream, your logic can add
remaining programs of the day, and start the current one at whatever time it
shoudl start at.
Here is more information about how you can implement your own playlist and
plug it in.
On 11/21/06, Daniel Dupont <daniel.dupont-red5 at kiperti.com> wrote:
> Another "Hi" to Red5 team,
> I'm working on a WebTV project.
> I want to provide a pseudo-live stream based on a list of FLV. Each FLV
> must be play at a defined time in a day to produce a continuous program.
> Example of the program for 1 day:
> 00:00 FLV-1 duration 52mn
> 00:52 FLV-2 duration 3mn
> 00:55 FLV-3 duration 2mn
> 00:57 FLV-4 duration 3mn
> 01:00 FLV-5 duration 13mn
> 01:13 FLV-6 duration 26mn
> 01:29 FLV-7 duration 1mn
> 23:55 FLV-100 duration 3mn
> 23:58 FLV-101 duration 2mn
> All videao files are already in FLV format.
> I suppose I have to make a playlist and play it according to the
> timeline (how?).
> Then I think I have to make a connection to this stream?
> Is it the right direction?
> How can I do that?
> I there another way to do that?
> Thanks in advance.
> Daniel Dupont
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> Red5 at osflash.org
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