[Red5] Fetching flv file from red5 streaming server
Ernani Joppert Pontes Martins
joppert at gmail.com
Sat Aug 29 08:31:52 PDT 2009
Yes, I was affraid of existing something like that. I was not aware it would
exist, but I know it can be dumped as it can be displayed.
I am sure this is a non-trivial technique though. If someone is looking for
a more secure alternative I think there are some in the market, but not
exactly sure which one is the more secure or better yet, full proof of some
kind of decryption of the data exchanged.
2009/8/29 José Leonardo Diaz Ordoñez <ing.leonardo at gmail.com>
> Sorry man but there are ways to save the rtmp content as flv, search for
> "rtmpdump", that'll give you a clue, altougth the project changed its name.
> Another way i think that you can save the rtmp data using vlc player.
> If someone told you that use FMS with RTMPE protocol that is bull$h¡7, on
> its beginnings rtmpdump decoded the rtmpe and could extract the data.
> because that protection is very easy to unencript as is just a simple lazy
> version of the ssl (I'm not totally sure about is is ssl, I'm sure that the
> process is like the exchange of certifies but they are not dinamically)
> 2009/8/29 Ernani Joppert Pontes Martins <joppert at gmail.com>
> As far as I know there is no way using RTMP you can cache it in .flv files.
>> If you are into copyright subject, that is what is best technology
>> available for streaming. Of course you can pursuit other DRM protections,
>> but this is the most flexible solution available for streaming.
>> Aside from that, I am not sure if there are any breaches on the protocol
>> that one is able to cache streaming content in local cache files, as in a
>> .flv file or something else.
>> On Sat, Aug 29, 2009 at 9:06 AM, Debian User <testpresta at laposte.net>wrote:
>>> I am streaming video from a red5 server.
>>> I want to know if it is possible for somebody to re assemble a .flv file
>>> with the stream ?
>>> If it is possible can you tell me how it is possible
>>> Red5 mailing list
>>> Red5 at osflash.org
>> Red5 mailing list
>> Red5 at osflash.org
> José Leonardo Diaz Ordoñez
> Ingeniero en Electrónica y Telecomunicaciones
> Énfasis en Ingeniería Telemática.
> Universidad del Cauca, Popayán -Colombia
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