[Red5] live stream
sales at interalab.com
Sun Mar 16 08:10:16 PST 2008
I assume you were encoding using a Flash player in a browser? If so,
then our experience with live events would say not to put Quality above
80 and FPS above 18 if you want smooth video, but you give up a little
Kees Peterse wrote:
> hi all,
> our setup of the live stream last thursdaynight:
> -3 dvdcams (2 panasonic, one jvc) on a panasonic MX50 videomixer.
> -2 audio lines (left&right) from the mixing table in the main hall
> and one mic for ambiance sound to a 2nd mixing table.
> -output from MX50 to Canopus ADVC110 converter (with audio locked).
> -audio to line in on client computer (we had trouble using dv audio).
> Publisher was on a mac book dualcore 2.4 Ghz with 2Gb ram.
> Audio settings: default except Silence:0
> Video settings:
> Width:320 Heigth:240
> Red5 server:
> Debian sarge on:
> Dual Intel Pentium 4 CPU 3.00GHz
> MemTotal: 904660 kB
> Red5 version 2693
> As far as we know we had a max of 15 concurrent viewers (average
> viewing time was 4 minutes).
> I am waiting for the specs of the adsl connection and the bandwith we
> used from the guy who monitored the whole thing.
> We are very happy with the audio but the video was very choppy as you
> can see on http://hosting.zark.nl/test (choose streamtest 13 maart
> We did tests with te same settings but different video sources and it
> was really smooth so i'm very curious what could have been wrong?
> Any advice welcome!
> thanks in advance,
> P.s. With a second mac book with Arkaos we did the titles and visuals inbetween bands.
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