RTMPWORLD is proud to announce the first official version of Web Media Live Encoder HD !!. Yes its in store now !
No longer do you have to compromise on broadcast quality, just because its web based application. Get the full taste of High definition quality without barriers. WMLE HD opens up a new generation of broadcasting capabilities on the web for personal and commercial broadcasting sites. Stop spending huge amounts on desktop broadcasting tools and get your site a refreshing clarity with the new H264AVC codec.
Avanti GUI + FFMPEG make a perfect open source alternate to Adobe Media Encoder. The Avanti GUI also needs “Avisynth” optionally for some extra features. but basically if you intend to own a desktop tool for your video/audio needs, such as conversions, audio extraction, video extraction etc etc: then this is the thing for you. Avanti with FFMPEG renders Adobe Media Encoder completely unnecessary.
Avanti can be downloaded from: http://avanti.arrozcru.com/
Avanti comes with some rather intriguing tools for bit-rate calculations, fixed file size conversions, size estimations, frame crop editor and much more. As instructed on their site you need to download ffmpeg executable separately from specified links according to your operating system platform. Just drop it into the ffmpeg folder and you are good to go.
As Red5 1.0 release gets closer & RTMP reaches now to Android, Macs, PCs and much more, this is the best thing you may be looking for on the web. A Red51.0 RC1 custom streamer application (version 1) with Custom Directory Setter for recording and playback of files. Even though the application also implements stream security, it has not been tested properly yet. The basic functionality of streaming and custom location is tested and is working properly.
To set custom location for recording/playback , please read the post here: http://flashvisions.com/java/ready-to-use-red5-streamer-application/
Download: Custom Streamer application for Red5 1.0 (RC1)
[rtmp application name:streamer]
Enjoy Live Streaming / Recording on Red5 1.0 (RC1)
The open streaming media industry, developers and webhosts together have condemned Adobe’s move to sue Wowza media server. Adobe states that this is a case of “patent infringement and unfair competition“, but what this actually looks like is a slap on the face to the open streaming community. Adobe is perhaps trying to mention that nothing beyond Flash Media Server is acceptable to be used with flash, which now seems to be a more closed product day after day.