How to use FFMPEG sending FLV to Wowza in security & secured token for other RTMP access

Operation diagram The communication between the origin server and all Edges is with Secure Token Authentication Before configuration, it’s required for MediaSecurity Addon, please download the appropriated one as below Version for Wowza Media Server 2.0.0 to Wowza Media Server 3.1.2.x MediaSecurity_2.0.zip Version for Wowza Media Server Pro 1.7.x MediaSecurity.zip After downloaded, unzip the file, […]

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Using VLC 2.0.x and ffmpeg to transcode HTTP streams to RTMP

This application is applied to transmit HTTP streams to Adobe Flash Media Server or Wowza Media Server by using RTMP protocol. According to Wikipedia: “Real Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP) was initially a proprietary protocol developed by Macromedia for streaming audio, video and data over the Internet, between a Flash player and a server. Macromedia is […]

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Turn-key solutions for streaming media platform

 Turn-key solutions provide head-end system, broadcasting platforms, and customer devices; in addition, we offer Internet connectivity, servers, cloud-computing, and associated services in the greater China region. One-stop-shopping solutions What we can be offering Head-end platforms: Integrated Receiving Devices (IRD): including devices for receiving satellite and terrastrial signals, converters, and related components.  Encoders and Transcoders: Software […]

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Roku-3 news from TechPublic

Roku 3 gets an redesigned interface, sleeker look http://www.techrepublic.com/photos/roku-3-gets-an-redesigned-interface-sleeker-look-pictures/6407773?seq=7&tag=thumbnail-view-selector;get-photo-roto New for the Roku 3 is also the ability to choose different themes for the background and user interface elements. Roku also purposefully added weight to the Roku 3, coming in at 5 ounces, compared with the 3-ounce Roku 2 XS. That extra heft gives the […]

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How to stream from Wowza to Justin.tv for better quality of streams

The streams on a Wowza Media Server are configured with profile=high, level=5.1, and 720p HD quality. And, how to duplicate streams to some on-line live-streaming service providers like Justin.tv and Ustream? Here’s a configuration for Linux and Windows as below  Attention: To assure the same quality as the source, I do not use any TRANSCODING […]

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State-of-the-art Video Platform

We are pretty proud of our partner — Goalbit Solutions Inc. providing the technology of the video platform supporting the most reliable, flexible, extendable, and ease-of-management, ease-of-operation platform for multimedia broadcasting systems. This platform is the most cost-effective with state-of-the-art technology satisfying service providers, media broadcasters, and enterprises to distribute their video contents on to […]

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Something about HLS and Android Part 2

The simulation environment as below Adobe FMLE —> WOWZA —-> Android/iOS app (programmed by Titanium Studio) The encoder is used by Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder, 3.2 plus Mainconcept AAC Plugins 1.0.6. The reason of the requirement for the decoder with AAC is according to Android’s limitation, Android Supported Media Format. In case the Adobe FMLE […]

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How to live-stream video-file on Wowza

This article is discussed about the way to configure Wowza Media Server to live-stream video-files for IPTV environment Video File format Supported Video and Audio FLV (Flash Video – .flv) MP4 (QuickTime container – .mp4, .f4v, .mov, .m4v, .mp4a, .3gp, and .3g2) MP3 (.mp3) Download and extract the wowza media server plugin collection. To click […]

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Something about HLS and Android

Http Live Streaming on Android 4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) HLS streaming on Android Live Video Streaming on Android 3.0+ (HLS and RTSP/RTP) Android Supported Media Formats HTTP Live Streaming and Android Honeycomb HTTP Live Streaming WiKi  Trouble playing SMIL files for HLS on Android 3.0 Honeycomb Android 3.1 cannot play HTTP Live Streaming Wowza Module […]

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