[Red5] voice recording
bran at ccniit.com
Thu Sep 14 12:43:54 EDT 2006
Thanks for your reply.
The voice was recorded successfully, which was verified by playing the
stream file directly from the file system. Only I could not play it back
with the demo applications.
I'm still confused about the stream storage path. I'm familiar with the way
a property is injected into the application bean. But how is this supposed
to be used to set the archive path, by naming pattern?
From: Red5-bounces at osflash.org [mailto:Red5-bounces at osflash.org] On Behalf
Of Dominick Accattato
Sent: Friday, September 15, 2006 12:09 AM
To: Red5 at osflash.org
Subject: Re: [Red5] voice recording
The simple recorder works here. If you denied access to your web cam it
will deny access to your microphone as well.
Also you can configure the directory. Follow Dan's advice here:
On 9/13/06, Bing Ran <bran at ccniit.com> wrote:
Sorry if this gets posted twice. My previous post was from one of my other
emails, which is not the one that I used to sign up with the list.
New to red5 (and to Flash programming to a slightly less degree) here. 2
I was playing with the simple recorder without cam. The voice stream was
created and playable with a flv player. Then when I open the ofla_demo and
double clicked on the new flv file, it wouldn't play back the audio. The
other media files coming with the demo worked fine. Is there something I
need to do to get it work?
2. It seems to me it's hard-coded that where to store new streams and play
back anything from: the stream folder of the web app. How can I make this
configurable (if one can)?
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