[Red5] using red5 to stream live audio
john.harrison at wichita.edu
Sun Nov 25 22:16:11 PST 2007
The computers are in different buildings but the same intranet and can
communicate with each other at very high bandwidth. Playing the stream
with winamp (or a Linux equivalent in our case) on the Red5 computer is
no problem. What is "the stereo mix"option, though?
Right now we are playing the stream with vlc and piping it to
ffmpeg/ffserver. Red5 would be a much better solution for us if we could
find a way to get it to work.
Rodrigo Ordonez Licona wrote:
> How far is one computer from the other,
> We did that playing the stream with winamp and then recording with the
> Stereo Mix Option
> Worked fine
> Rodrigo O
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> From: red5-bounces at osflash.org [mailto:red5-bounces at osflash.org] On Behalf
> Of John Harrison
> Sent: Sábado, 24 de Noviembre de 2007 03:36 p.m.
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> Subject: [Red5] using red5 to stream live audio
> We run an audio-only Internet radio station and wish to use Red5 to stream
> our audio for flash players. I have Red5 0.6.3 installed and working
> flawlessly. I see it is no problem to stream an mp3 file. But what I need to
> stream via red5/rmtp is an already-existing mp3
> (shoutcast/icecast) stream. I can easily change the stream to raw audio but
> what I cannot do is get the audio live off a microphone or webcam, since the
> audio is captured on one computer but needs to be streamed by another
> computer (located where there is higher bandwidth).
> I am hoping there might be a simple solution where I can pipe the audio,
> either raw or mp3-encoded to the oflademo server somehow. I don't have flash
> development tools and don't know flash so I am hoping to find something
> pre-existing to help me.
> Thanks in advance for any help/advice you can give.
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