[Red5] commandline tool to download stream from Red5 ?
electroteque at gmail.com
Thu Jul 2 07:24:21 PDT 2009
Its standalone mate, its just the red5.jar. Its using the same
rtmpclient subclass I have setup for specific things as I have for the
FLVRecorder app. It will bench FMS / Red5.
On 02/07/2009, at 11:48 PM, Walter Tak wrote:
> You mean Red5bench which requires Red5 itself ? Since that's not
> technically an option for me, right now.
>> Mate I have a tool built for this very purpose however the wiki
>> entry for this is down and will be down for a while.
>> On 02/07/2009, at 11:01 PM, Walter Tak wrote:
>>>> On Wednesday 01 July 2009 7:45:48 pm Walter Tak wrote:
>>>>> Looking for a decent tool to download with Linux (not Windows, got
>>>>> tools for that) on the commandline streams (VOD) from Red5 to
>>>>> a single end-user.
>>>> I have a need for this as well. Up to now, I've just been using
>>>> multiple instances of a generic FLV flash player (I've been using
>>>> JWPlayer), but this won't cut it for high volume load testing.
>>>> I didn't think it would be too hard to write a dumb client using
>>>> red5 libraries, but I have not done it yet. I will give it a go
>>>> and let you know how it worked out.
>>>> (Actually, as I write this, it looks like Peter Thomas just sent an
>>>> example using another rtmp library, so maybe my tinkering is not
>>> That is correct ; you can't do a decent test of a large
>>> production- enviroment (multiple servers) with just one client
>>> behind a thin adsl/cable connection. It's good enough to test the
>>> functionality but stability, cpu-load or even stress-tests are
>>> out of the question.
>>> Currently trying to get Flazr to work. Will keep you posted.
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