[Red5] Can I do this with Red5?
spam at electroteque.org
Thu Jun 26 02:08:57 PDT 2008
You will have to digitize the DVD's first, and build your library in
some database and just send the flash player the filenames. Are you
after some kind of automation process. Ie rip DVD / digitize / encode
to flv / publish to server ?
I sent to the list a uploader servelet example which may be of use for
your server application end, it will upload the files via a web
browser into your playback directory, but you would most probably ftp
the files to the server.
So the windows server is the NAS file server with windows share
directories, and the linux server will run red5, and then you can
either use a symlink or the filenamegenerator bean to locate the
playback path to the files on the windows samba share.
On 26/06/2008, at 6:55 PM, Pieterjan Heyse wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I'm an IT admin working for a secondary school. We have this kind of
> analog library, containing books and since a few years DVD disks of
> mostly home made content. More and more teachers want to use this
> material in their lessons, but we cannot keep duplicating the disks
> I was thinking of making some kind of portal, containing all our
> disks, through which you can stream the disks to the computers on
> our school. It is rather essential that we have a web interface to
> this (flash player?) and retain the menu's of our DVD disks.
> Is it possbiel to do this with Red5, and if so, can anyone give me
> some pointers on what components to use? I have got access to a big
> fat file server (windows) with plenty of storage and a linux server
> (debian) with a fast cpu and 2 gb RAM.
> Thanks in advance,
> Pieterjan Heyse
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