[Red5] Video Server Logic
walter at waltertak.com
Thu Apr 10 05:47:23 PDT 2008
Flash player uses a very old codec 'Sorensen Spark' which isn't particulary optimized for encoding. It's technology from Flash 6 tbh.
The problem is not a Red5 problem but Macromedia/Adobe. They don't implement a better encoder like On2 VP6 or H264 in their player , though Flash 10 MIGHT have H.264 encoding.
If there would be any reason why they would not implement H.264 encoding in Flash 10 then it prolly has to do with the Flash Media Encoder which is a product than currently can encode, live, On2 VP6, and is a proprietary product, which might be sold seperately lateron if the market requires such an encoder.
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From: Tealm Dougih
To: red5 at osflash.org
Sent: Monday, January 12, 2009 2:08 PM
Subject: Re: [Red5] Video Server Logic
I have seen/used a lot of softwares those can encode webcam-data (with mp4 quality) LIVE! and send them to a server for live-streaming.
And with CPU usage of under 10% on an old single Athlon.
Why isn't it possible with Flash Player or do I miss something?
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