[Red5] RE D5 Uploading large files
worldofpaper at googlemail.com
Wed Feb 10 06:06:39 PST 2010
you could just upload in batches - break the byte array into chunks of, say,
1 meg each and then upload each of those chunks one at a time... when
they're all received they can be concatenated on the server and saved to a
On Wed, Feb 10, 2010 at 1:53 PM, nazariof <mindnexus at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Red5 Gurus.
> Does anyone know any elegant way to upload large files to Red5 ?, So far i
> can upload files via AMF (connection.call () ), but sending the bytes
> through a ByteArray and then read it into a byte in Java and then making
> the file... but it only works for small files... like 1.5 megs... if i put
> more... then the server does not even get it... the java method is not even
> called... on the server and does not throw any errors
> I know the other option is via a Servlet and the apache commons library but
> is there any other way... like progressive async uploading like
> Thanks a lot for your help!
> Regards and Success!
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