[Red5] Red5 stream Flv file Live
ptrthomas at gmail.com
Sat Nov 28 09:05:33 PST 2009
It is possible to publish an FLV file from your local machine "live" to Red5
using the Flazr project [ http://flazr.com ] - and I have uploaded a YouTube
video of a demo of this here:
H.264 should also work, but needs testing.
On Wed, Nov 25, 2009 at 5:34 AM, Maciej Sawicki <viroos.pl at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 25, 2009 at 00:47, Shawn Mohammed <coolfiger at gmail.com> wrote:
> > i would also liek to get an answer on this
> I'm not sure about red5, but I asked the same question on rtmpd forum.
> This is Eugen-Andrei Gavriloaie’s (rtmpd creator) answer:
> Yes, it can be done but just not in the form you want.
> FLVInboundStream is derived from FileInboundStream?. Which is in fact
> a real file on disk. I need it to be real file because I need
> forward/backward seeking.
> If you want your data "live" but in a FLV container, you could build a
> protocol and use it inside a class derived from BaseInboundStream?.
> The entire structure should look like this:
> class MyCustomProtocol:public BaseProtocol
> //this will handle the input data
> class MyLiveFLVStream:public BaseInboundStream
> MyCustomProtocol *_pCarrier;
> //here the _pCarrier will be signaled when data is available
> //and you can call FeedAudio/FeedVideo properly
> I will prepare some examples of getting data from external sources and
> tunnel them over RTMP. I hope I will be able to do this by the end of
> this week.
> Looks like too many people needs this kind of functionality. Look
> here for example. He needs almost the same thing.
> Regards, Andrei
> Full context: http://rtmpd.com/discussion/1/43, but now discussion was
> moved to google groups: http://groups.google.com/group/c-rtmp-server
> Maciej Sawicki
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