[Red5] adobe flash media encoder
spam at electroteque.org
Fri Mar 16 09:04:17 EST 2007
thats it i dont think it supports AS3 aswell as mac, it hasnt been
updated for a while it seems.
Chris Allen wrote:
> Hey Dan,
> instead of using Zinc, you might want to look at packaging your app
> with Screenweaver. It's been working well for us on different projects
> and it's open source.
> On 3/16/07, Dan Rossi <spam at electroteque.org> wrote:
>> Ok cool, we didnt get to far with it , i actually hav an encoder built
>> in flex that looks exactly the same as this, because there was nothing
>> else available. It cant write to xml configs obviouslly so doesnt shared
>> objects at the moment. Im hoping to package it up soon with Zinc code to
>> be able to load/save profiles as i package PC projectors with it
>> currently. The other thing that wont work in flash as yet is choosing
>> the index of the cameras and microphone device list it will only stay
>> default and u can only change it in the settings :) What i like about it
>> is the secondary server url input.
>> Ill test it on our dev FMS for now.
>> João Fernandes wrote:
>>> I don't think that you can use flash media encoder with red5 because the
>>> it requires a licensed version of Flash Media Server .
>>> From Chris Hock
>>> "As long as the Flash host has offically purchased liceses of FMS, you
>>> can use FME for free to stream to them. For example: vendors such as
>>> Media Temple, Influxis, ..."
>>> "2.1 Software License. Subject to the terms and conditions of this
>>> Agreement, Adobe hereby grants you a non-exclusive, worldwide,
>>> royalty-free license to (a) download, install and use the Software
>>> solely to capture video and/or audio content ("Content"), encode the
>>> Content into Flash Video Format ("Encoded Content") and record the
>>> Encoded Content to a FLV File and/or stream the Encoded Content to Flash
>>> Media Server; and (b) make a reasonable number of copies of the
>>> Documentation solely in connection with use of the Software in
>>> accordance with this Agreement, but no more than the amount reasonably
>>> necessary. "
>>> I think even if red5 is changed to be compatible with FME, there will be
>>> a license issue.
>>> João Fernandes
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