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I was able to verify that it's working using rtmpdump found here: http://all-streaming-media.com/record-video-stream/rtmpdump-freeware-console-RTMP-downloading-application.htm Usage: rtmpdump -r "rtmp://example.fcod.llnwd.net/a1111/e11/test/example/file.flv" -o test.flv


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I would use Linux containers (LXC) or something similar to install the other Nginx instance. This will help you move the environment easier to another machine. You will have the advantage of separation of the environments and low overhead.


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In the past I've used mplayer with dumpstream + a filesizecheck for mms. (let it run for a few seconds, kill it, check if the file is large enough) Maybe this will work for rtmp as well, but I don't know how reliable mplayer's support is. Btw, title has the abbreviation wrong


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You might be able to open up a "network location" via VLC player.


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There's a test player built for CRTMPD (But it'll work for any RTMP server) http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2918563/flvplayback.swf


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Here is the long story short. I don't know yet the details about your particular camera, but I have a nice working example for you: Open the configuration file and replace the externalStreams node from flvplaybackapplication with this one: externalStreams = { ...


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Normally you'd use multicast for this, but the Internet does not route multicast. So you need a separate stream for each user. You didn't provide a bitrate for your video so we can't tell you what your total bandwidth would be, but let's just say it's 500Kbps. Total bandwidth would be 500Kbps * 50,000 which far exceeds any Internet pipe I know of.


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This will definitely work: http://www.vlc.eu.pn/ Just go to the link above and test your rtmp url, easy and fast!


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I personally had good experiences with crtmpserver, it should be available in Gentoo repositories. I just followed the tutorial on the official wiki.


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I would install the "standard" nginx (which serves websites) from your distribution repositories, and compile the second one with custom modules. In order not to overwrite the packaged nginx, you can use the compile-time options of configure to set a custom install path (http://wiki.nginx.org/InstallOptions). Usually, choosing a path under /opt as prefix ...


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I don't believe there is pervasive support for the RTSP/RPT protocols in HTML5 browsers. Apple devices might be able to use RTSP, and perhaps IE9 will as well (since older Windows Media servers also used RTSP before the advent of Smooth Streaming in Silverlight). But the HTML5 standard does not define protocols or codecs to be used. Our current video ...


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as much as I can guess from a glance here, Speex is preferred (and probably it's the only one supported?)


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The Adobe Flash Media Server crossdomain.xml file specifies which domains can access media files in a particular domain. CloudFront supplies a default file that allows all domains to access the media files in your streaming distribution, and you cannot change this behavior. If you include a more restrictive crossdomain.xml file in your Amazon S3 bucket, ...


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You can set-up Wowza to accept RTMP connections which it will then pull from another origin source on-the-fly. They call it live-repeater.


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Serve up your videos via HTTP. Every Flash-based player supports that, and so do all mobile devices that use the HTML5 <video> tag. You may lose some functionality versus RTMP, such as seeking to parts of a video that have not been downloaded yet. You should encode into H.264 to support the most devices (both Flash players and most mobiles will play ...


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I found a workaround, but it appears to be windows specific. The software they mention is shareware, and windows-only. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f131/different-proxy-settings-for-flash-player-397364.html Basically, this is a bug that needs to be reported to Adobe. There is no way to make it use your proxy of it's own volition. (For the record, ...


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I've had good success with red5 and live streams. check it out, see if it does the job. http://gregoire.org/tag/transcode/ http://osflash.org/red5


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You can use mod proxy utility of Apache for this.Follow these steps to do so : 1.Open httpd.conf file located in the conf directory of the web server. 2.Edit the file by uncommenting them : LoadModule proxy_module modules/mod_proxy.so LoadModule rewrite_module modules/mod_rewrite.so LoadModule proxy_http_module modules/mod_proxy_http.so. 3.Add the ...


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You could reference all of your videos as if they were in a directory as follows: <a href="rtmp://www.example.com/media/..."> Then use Apache's reverse proxy feature to forward requests for anything in the media folder to the Red5 server. ProxyPass /media http://red5server.example.com/ ProxyPassReverse /media http://red5server.example.com/ A ...


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Thanks to l1x I found the answer myself on the AWS Developer Community forum. It sounds like what is happening is that the connection is timing out. If there is no data written or read on the connection to the loadbalancer in 60 seconds the connection is closed. You could send some sort of heartbeat data to the socket periodically to avoid the ...



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