[Red5] Alternative live encoder available? (No On2 or FME)
dreamland_skib2 at mail333.com
Thu Sep 13 07:02:13 PDT 2007
seems your code may be very helpful for me too ! As I wrote today we are
working at clustered video chat application, one of approaches requires
replicating audio/video data between Red5 servers. I would like to
filter audio/video packets at Red5-instance1 and send them (for example,
using RTMPClient) to Red5-instance2.
Using RTMPClient is one of possible ways, another way I am thinking
about is using "virtual consumer" (connected to a BroadcastScope at
Red5-instance1) and "virtual provider" (which creates a new
BroadcastScope at Red5-instance2). These virtual consumer and provider
could be connected via "network pipe" using any TCP- or UDP-based protocol.
If possible, could you please share with us some parts of your code you
are talking about, or maybe some key ideas.
Rob Schoenaker wrote:
> Things are fine so far, thanks. The server is production stable. Not in
> par with the latest and greatest Red5 yet, but I am getting there.
> Concerning the live encoder: I am writing a piece of code that will do
> the frame and audio capturing, which then uses the RTMPClient class to
> publish the stream to any flash RTMP server. I have this working is a
> lab setup. I do MP3 streaming using LAME.
> At the moment I am working on a filtering mechanism to be able to modify
> (filter) audio and video. This may be what you are looking for.
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