[Red5] live streaming of a flv playlist (maybe mysql driven?)
a at url.de
Tue Jul 3 15:47:51 EDT 2007
my experience with red5 is limited, so your mileage may vary. do a test
and see if its working for you. i just gave up after a few hours and,
checked out fms (red5 is better imho if that particular feature i need
would work) and turned to other tasks.
if you have similar problems, then we can maybe go for another debugging
attempt if any of the developers jump in. i really would love to use
red5 instead of fms, actionscript server coding is awkward.
fdoffizi at libero.it schrieb:
> On Tuesday 03 July 2007 18:33:29 ap wrote:
>> if you look at the oflaDemo server side stuff (Application.java), there
>> is some commented code using ServerStream.
> I'll see...
>> out of my head:
>> move the creation of the serverstream away from the connect handler to
>> the application init
>> make sure that the serverstream is not closed on client disconnect
>> adding a suitable entry (live0) to the list of available files in
>> this should get you running. if you want the playlist to loop, use the
>> serverStream.setRewind(true) call (not the setRepeat!).
> Ok... I think I can manage...
>> on the other hand, i think the serverstream does not work correctly with
>> a playlist of flv files. something with the rtmp timing is really off.
>> with increasing network latency, the client buffer runs dry (something
>> you usually dont notice when developing on the local machine). i checked
>> the client code with fms, and fms did not have that problem. there is
>> also something happening when the playlist jumps to the next item, its
>> re-buffering when it should run seamless basically.
> This could be a problem don't you think? Do you mean the best thing could be
> merging some way the 24hour FLVs into one huge FLV to avoid frequent
> re-buffering? Maybe a task that a couple of hour before midnight prepare next
> day FLV and then at midnight red5 switches to new video... It's just an
> Think that our "boss" thinks to prepare single FLVs not longer than 3 min so
> we have something like 480 videos to be played each day.
> Do you see some better solution?
>> fdoffizi at libero.it schrieb:
>>> I need to set up (quickly if possible) a red5 application that is able to
>>> stream a playlist of .flv videos. Where I can find some useful
>>> informations about what functions could help me to solve this task. I
>>> thought I had to pass to client player the offset on the current video
>>> and the current video to make it start to the right point of video, but
>>> as you know there's a better way to let the server start by its own the
>>> streaming at the right place to clients? (I don't need any seeking
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