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From Peter Ginneberge <p.ginnebe...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Streaming video to FMS?
Date Mon, 25 Sep 2017 22:28:26 GMT

One way to do it would be via FFMpeg.

You can run FFMpeg via a NativeProcess from AIR. However, the air application 
then needs to be compiled as a native application (exe, dmg).



On 25/09/2017 23:25, Nicholas Kwiatkowski wrote:
> David,
> Unfortunately, Adobe's FMS (now Adobe Media Server) does not support
> sending content from Flex/AIR/JS, unless it is from a camera input.  No
> idea why they didn't implement it, but you have to use their proprietary
> client to do the streaming.
> Wowza allows you to stream MP4 files via an HTTP Post, which you can do
> with AIR/Flex.  The only gotcha I would note is the file size that you want
> to stream -- anything over 2GB will start to cap out the memory in the AIR
> client and won't produce favorable results.
> -Nick
> On Thu, Sep 21, 2017 at 3:49 PM, David Frank <David.Frank@on24.com> wrote:
>> Hi there Flex experts!
>> Does Apache AIR SDK have support for streaming a video file (mp4) to a
>> media server (FMS/Wowza)? I know how to stream a camera feed to a media
>> server. But what I need is to be able to stream a local mp4 file to a media
>> server. This mp4 file will then get re-streamed to other peers from the
>> media server.
>> Is this possible using the NetStream/NetConnection/Other classes? If it
>> isn't directly possible to do this, then is there a way I can simulate the
>> video as a camera feed and then attach this to the NetStream instance?
>> Thank you,
>> David Frank

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