[Red5] Streaming vs Progressive Download Quality
totallymaxed at gmail.com
Mon May 7 05:17:06 EDT 2007
If they are the same file then the only affect of streaming I would imagine
would be that video/audio stutter may be experienced (it was for me... not
much I might add though) whereas the progressively downloaded version should
be much more immune to stutter unless the connection at the client end or
the server is loaded up heavily.
Bother played very nicely for me.
On 5/7/07, Ian Hulme | ko-de Limited <ian at ko-de.com> wrote:
> I'm conducting a test between Streaming and Progressive Downloading,
> using the same Flash Video file.
> The tests are here http://sivaserver.com/2
> A colleague has commented that the quality of the Progressively Downloaded
> Flash Video clip appears superior to the Streamed clip. Is that possible
> considering its the same Flash Video file?
> Thanks in advance
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> Red5 at osflash.org
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