[Red5] R: transcode flv to mpeg4
antonio.bleile at seac02.it
Fri Apr 20 03:09:34 EDT 2007
you can find the mpeg4 player on www.mediaframe.org
Thank you for your comments,
Da: Red5-bounces at osflash.org [mailto:Red5-bounces at osflash.org] Per conto di
Inviato: venerdì 20 aprile 2007 7.54
A: Red5 at osflash.org
Oggetto: Re: [Red5] transcode flv to mpeg4
I think Red5 couldn't help you to transcode. Of course you can integrate
ffmpeg with red5, but I think it is will same solution as integration ffmpeg
with Tomcat servlet-container.
And personal question to you - could you send me a some information about
mpeg4 decoder on pure java? (I going to use it for other project).
Sergey N Lukin
On 4/19/07, Antonio Bleile <antonio.bleile at seac02.it> wrote:
this is a newbie question, so be warned ;)
I'm looking for a streaming server that
has as input flv movies and which should
output mpeg4 streams. For the quick ones:
Does Red5 help me in that?
For the ones who appreciate more details:
As I've to stream flv videos to a java
applet, and as there's no flv decoder for
java available (in pure java!), but there
are libs that decode mpeg4 in pure java,
I was looking for a solution to transcode
the flv to mpeg4 on server side. I think I
could use FFMPEG for the transcoding, but
I'm not sure how that could integrate in RED5.
Any comments appreciated!
Ing. Antonio Bleile
via Avogadro 4
10121 Torino Italia
E-mail antonio.bleile at seac02.it
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