[FFmpeg-user] Can the rtmp stream published by Flash Media Encoder be read by ffmpeg?

jacky renaux.jacky at orange.fr
Tue Apr 30 17:15:07 CEST 2013

Le 30/04/2013 17:05, paulj at fastmail.es a écrit :
>>>          I'm using the latest one too. Be aware that you need to add to
>>> FMLE not just the URL
>>> (with the path to the Java app in the end), but also the "stream"
>>> parameter. That tripped me
>>> up in the beginning.
>>>                                    Paulo.
>> Hi Paulo,
>> Do you need to open up anything more than port 1935?
>> I'm using the default FMLE parameters, rtmp://xx.xx.xx.xx/live and
>> livestream
>> Do I need to configure Red5 with the stream as well? I'm probably just
>> missing something in the Red5 config.
> 	Nope, that port is fine. The key, though, is that those parameters (the URL and the
> value of the "stream" parameter) correspond to the path and name of the Java app that is
> listening on the server. I already uninstalled Red5, but from what I remember, the default app
> that came with it was in the directory "live/" and had the name "stream"; thus, your URL
> should be "rtmp://x.x.x.x/live" and the "stream" parameter needs to have the value "stream".
> 	Check it out in your Red5 install, in any case, since as I said, I already uninstalled it
> from my machine.
>                                    Paulo.
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    I am using the default RED5 parameter
            rtmp://my_ip/oflaDemo    (red5 0.9 rc1)
on stream you can pass any name you want just have to remenber when you 
will have to read it

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