[Red5devs] Improve video quality
carlsz at gmail.com
Mon Aug 18 07:50:05 PDT 2008
Video quality is actually controlled by the publishing client. For example,
when you retrieve a reference to the Camera object, try something like this:
cam = Camera.getCamera();
cam.setMode(640, 480, 15);
Also, I'd recommend that you give the ActionScript documentation a read for
2008/8/18 madada <amanofsky at hotmail.com>
> Hi folks,
> I am building a video streaming solution based on red5 server.
> The stream flow is:
> Flash SWF (capture webcam video and audio)
> using nc.connect(), ns.attach(cam);
> red5 server oflaDemo application, it saves the flv file and also live
> broadcast it.
> flash player, it plays the live stream that broadcasting from "oflaDemo"
> This flow works great, except I found the video in the flash player is
> quite bad and pixelated.
> I guess I am using a wrong video codec, so my question is : how can I
> improve the broadcasting video quality?
> *Best regards,
> - Dan Ma*
> "七件武器，七种完美" 立刻体验！ <http://get.live.cn>
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