[rtmpdump] Akamai patch
david.keeffe at rivustv.com
Sun Sep 26 12:08:11 CEST 2010
On 26/09/10 08:05, Andrew wrote:
> I've been looking for a way to send audio content to Akamai in a Unix
> environment. I recently came across this post on the mailing list:
> I was able to successfully connect to Akamai using this command:
> ffmpeg -loglevel debug -i audiofile.wav -acodec libmp3lame -f flv
> conn=S:encoder:1.1.12:USERID live=true akUserid=USERID akPass=PASSWORD
> playpath=poc_x_x at xxxxx'
> It connects and shows the following:
> HandleInvoke, onStatus: NetStream.Publish.Start
> Then it appears to stream, however when I go to the Akamai test player
> there is no content.
> Am I doing something wrong? Has anyone else had success with this patch?
As the author of this patch I can confirm it worked for me on a linux
host with a video+audio file.
You might want to try the option '-re' (realtime samples) - that made a
difference for me. There are delays in the way Akamai streams and if you
dump everything out as fast as possible it seems that the stream
terminates before the content propagates. At least that's my theory.
There is also a different Akamai test player that might be more suitable
for your (apparently) audio-only stream:
that gives you a lot of detail about what arrives.
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