[Red5] Re d5 - Installed but need to know how to use it..
abhishek.maheshwari at dotsquares.com
Thu Nov 12 23:01:16 PST 2009
Thanks for the reply. Basically in our site there is a lot of flash and some
videos. they don't play well at the moment. As RED5 is installed at the
server so I want to use RED5 for improving their quality. I want to use red5
for streaming those videos/flashes. How can I do that.
> Red5 isn't for 'serving flash' - it's for 'communicating with' flash. For
> streaming video, flash remoting etc. etc.
> if you just want to allow people to see the swf then apache will do just
> What do you want to do beyone just serving files?
> On Thu, Nov 12, 2009 at 1:12 PM, its_me_abhi <
> abhishek.maheshwari at dotsquares.com> wrote:
>> Hi Friends,
>> We have a dedicated server which runs our 3 websites. In one of the site
>> have much flash work. That was not working fine so my hostgator suggested
>> to install RED 5 open source flash server there.
>> After confirmation, He has installed Red5 at my server. I can see the
>> page now at my server at port 5080.
>> But the main problem is that how can i take use of RED5 in my website
>> is running the flash.
>> As I understand, currently flash is being served through Apache at the
>> page. Now I need to stream those flashes through RED 5 in place of
>> I checked the path where RED5 has been installed. It is in \opt\RED5 at
>> linux server means not in public_html folder.
>> Now should I change my swf file path to the RED5 server swf folder
>> (\Red5\swf\DEV_Deploy ). so means I need to upload my all swf to the red5
>> swf folder? Then how will i be suing that.
>> I am really confused at all. Any help would be much much appreciated.
>> Many Thanks
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