[Red5] OpenFMS/Mammoth Media Server
rfkrocktk at gmail.com
Wed Dec 10 10:00:06 PST 2008
Red5 is, of course, my complete preference in this scenario. By posting this
thread, my intent was to get some cogs turning in the community, because I
believe Red5 can definitely benefit from observing other similar projects
and incorporating some of the concepts. So, if this came across as a
"Mammoth is greater than Red5" post, that is not at all my intent. My intent
was to foster some investigation to how they are achieving some of their
features so that those features may be included in Red5. Personally, I
prefer Red5 100% of the time to all other media servers, because Red5 is so
much more than just a media server.
But it is very good to hear that you've been able to implement speech
recognition, it seems like a very enticing feature, for so many reasons on
so many levels. What steps need to be taken in order to add the new(er)
RTMPE protocols as well as a multiple origin clustering configuration? Is
there some way that I can help out with that? If you'd point me in the right
direction, I'm sure I could find some time to come up with a patch to enable
Long live Red5!
On Wed, Dec 10, 2008 at 9:18 AM, Dominick Accattato <daccattato at gmail.com>wrote:
> Mammoth, red5's c++ cousin is very impressive with it's progress. However,
> I would like to point out that Red5 has strayed away from directly including
> FFMpeg for legal and licensing concerns. Red5 already has hosting,
> edge/origin support, integrated development environment support (Red5plugin)
> and framework support (Jedai). I won't list all the reasons why Red5 is
> attractive here, but I would like to say that there are many and I will try
> to write up a whitepaper dedicated to explaining the positive's. In terms
> of protocol support, we surely will look at integrating new protocols when
> time permist. Lastly, in terms of speech recognition, Infrared5 has been
> working on this in house and we already have a working implementation.
> Chris worked on a proof of concept with this technology and I've ironed out
> much of the bugs and performance issues. In fact, Chris will most likely be
> demoing this functionality at Amsterdam's FITC conference in February. In
> regards to face recognition, this is interesting and completely possible and
> I'm positive we will look into this as we move forward.
> Now in terms of of new functionality, we're also working in house on
> several key features as we move forward such as AS3. I don't want to go
> into detail where we are with this, but it's very promising.
> Hope all is well and that I've answered some concerns here.
> On Tue, Dec 9, 2008 at 8:47 PM, Tyler Kocheran <rfkrocktk at gmail.com>wrote:
>> I know that this has been brought up in the mailing list before, but
>> OpenFMS/Mammoth actually has made some significant progress since the last
>> update. They've implemented RTMPE, RTMPTE, *face and **speech recognition
>> *, multiple edges and origins in clustering, FME support... and quite a
>> few other things. I don't know if RTMPE is in the works for Red5 or not, but
>> it couldn't hurt to look at their (open-source) implementation for ideas. It
>> is obvious of course that C != Java, but what is being done there can
>> clearly be done in Red5.
>> You can view their site at: http://openfms.net/
>> PS: What would it take to get multiple origin support working in Red5?
>> Last time I checked, it was multiple-edge, single-origin only? How could I
>> And do this, knowing the time, that now it is high time to awake out of
>> for now our salvation is nearer than when we first believed.
>> Red5 mailing list
>> Red5 at osflash.org
> Dominick Accattato, CTO
> Infrared5 Inc.
> Red5 mailing list
> Red5 at osflash.org
And do this, knowing the time, that now it is high time to awake out of
for now our salvation is nearer than when we first believed.
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