[Red5] oflaDemo/red5 bandwidth limitations?
michaelchan at telus.net
Sun Aug 12 18:53:01 PDT 2007
I am not sure if the jitter is from your Red5 or your ISP..
>From our experience use live Video stream, we have not encounter the
issue you mentioned here, Furthermore, we set up 2 different machine to
do the task of one you mentioned here, may be that is the difference but
I can give you some insight of our system set up so you can compare:
Off site broadcaster:-
Dazzle DVC90 / USB
Toshiba Notebook (1 GH memory) 2.4G Duo (Red5 Broadcaster)
We tested this outside network miles apart from our server and we used
blue tooth audio headset.
In office Red5 Web server:-
Also use 3G P4 2G memory as Red5 Broadcaster, users will pull images
from our RED5 Broadcaster through the RED5 web server from Internet.
We can listen to radio station broadcasting in real time and at the same
time watching our traffic without lag (Only have 3 mb pipe)
I hope this help.
On Sun, 2007-08-12 at 16:47 -0700, Alex Zimin wrote:
> Hi all,
> Can anyone tell if default oflaDemo/red5 has any bandwidth
> I am trying to publish live video stream and video does not look
> I am testing streaming on a local network with 10Mbs Ethernet and
> playing published stream does not look smooth.
> If I try to play demo trailers, video plays just fine.
> Is there:
> 1. BW limit in oflaDemo/red5 to publish a stream
> 2. BW limit to play a stream
> 3. How to improve video quality and change BW limits, if exists?
> I am trying to stream 320x240 video with 15fps 100kbps bitrate and
> 11025Hz audio with 32 kbit bitrate
> If I disable audio video seems a little better, so I think it is a
> bandwidth issue.
> I am running 0.6.2 final on Debian.
> CPU utilization ~ 2%, memory 200MB used out of 1GB.
> One publish and one play connection is established from separate
> machines to red5 system for testing.
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