[Red5] Progressive Download of a Webcam Stream recorded via Red5
naicuoctavian at gmail.com
Wed Nov 28 10:08:17 PST 2007
You should download the .flv files to your computer and play them using a
dektop flv player. If the issues persist there is no point in converting the
.flv files to other formats because the .flv file is already corrupted. You
should look for the issue ion your current recorder application.
Project Manager for AVChat
On 28/11/2007, Marco Fabbri <mrfabbri at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello, I'm using red5 to record short videos (webcam capture via rtmp)
> and then stream them from a web server via http (progressive download).
> I use flvtool2 to process them (adding metadata so the duration reports
> correctly on the flash video player) before making them available for
> http streaming.
> Unfortunately there are few problems, the audio goes away sometimes and
> first 2-3 seconds of the video are not played correctly (some parts of
> the screen are gray).
> I tried to convert the video to other codecs (and the audio to mp3lame,
> using ffmpeg from svn), but it still doesn't work.
> Can someone point me out the whole process I have to execute after the
> recording and before making videos available for http streaming???
> Marco Fabbri
> "We know nothing
> — that is the first point.
> Therefore we should be very modest
> — that is the second.
> That we should not claim to know when we do not know
> — that is the third."
> Karl R. Popper
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