[Red5] Audio recording app architectural question
spam at electroteque.org
Fri Jul 13 03:31:07 EDT 2007
Hi there, there is two ways to do this.
- Get the publish name when a record has stopped in the red5
application, and then store it into the database. If done remotely, I
would prob enable ssl on the db connection.
ajax method, I would probably recommend HTML_AJax for that as I work
extensively with pear packages and is the only standard PHP class
framework I would recommend ...
Mel Brands wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm implementing a site where people can leave voice messages.
> Basically, it's an " audio graffiti" site. When a person signs up,
> they are allowed to leave messages. Here's how I think it should work,
> on a macro scale. Please let me know if I'm doing it wrong!
> My PHP app will output a page with a flash recording widget. I will
> pass several parameters to this widget: user ID of the user, page ID
> and a message ID. If the user records anything, I will then issue a
> POST thorough the Flash widget to the PHP script and it will inform it
> that something was recorded and it will give me a filename (something
> like "userID_pageID_messageID.flv"). I will then know that something
> was recorded and will add this flv file to the database and will be
> associated with the page in question. Next time we output the page,
> the audio that was recorded will be displayed and you will be able to
> play it.
> I have a few questons though...
> 1) Is this the best way to do this?
> 2) How do I generate a unique "message ID"? Just a random number will
> do or should I do something more complicated?
> Thank you and feel free to comment on this :)
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