[FFmpeg-user] Can the rtmp stream published by Flash Media Encoder be read by ffmpeg?
flashfreaker at gmail.com
Sun Apr 28 18:15:18 CEST 2013
FMLE can connect to any RTMP-enabled server; I'm not sure why you're having
problems with Red5 specifically. The most popular RTMP-enabled server by
far is Wowza Media Server
like Red5, it's Java based, but the Wowza community is excellent. I use
Wowza with most of my clients, and I built videoRx.com streaming on top of
Wowza. (I have a long history with Flash-based video; wrote the Flash
Bible, ActionScript Bible, and web video books.)
I'd recommend installing the latest developer version of Wowza (free).
From: ffmpeg-user-bounces at ffmpeg.org [ffmpeg-user-bounces at ffmpeg.org] on
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To: FFmpeg user questions
Subject: Re: [FFmpeg-user] Can the rtmp stream published by Flash Media
Encoder be read by ffmpeg?
> So continuing on this thread... It seems to me that Flash Media Live
> Encoder now only works with Flash Media Server. It doesn't seem to be
> to connect to any other server.
> I installed the latest Red5, but FMLE will not connect to it.
> Has anyone been successful in connecting FMLE to anything other than
Actually, I did manage to get FMLE to connect to Red5... or at
least I didn't get any
errors. What I couldn't do was to to get ffmpeg to connect as a client (a
"viewer") to Red5 to
receive that stream.
What happened when you tried it? In my case, FMLE connected and
without any errors, and Red5's logs seemed to indicate that it was
receiving the stream
correctly (...I think; I had a hard time understanding Red5's logs, mostly
because I didn't
understand how it worked internally).
"Oh, don't worry kids. Most of you will
never fall in love. You'll just marry
for fear of dying alone."
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