Ready to use – Red5 streamer application

Following Red5 Developer series from Dominick Accattato, and a neat explaination from Red5.org on CustomFilenameGenerator, Here is a ready to use, fully capable pre-compiled Red5 application for anyone who wishes to set up Flash streaming with Red5 , but does not know where to start.

The application is tested on Red5 0.8. to use it in 0.9 you may have to remove the bandwidth-setting code in main Application class and recompile it.

How to configure Stream/Record paths:


1. Edit the file file red5-web.xml in the WEB-INF directory

2. Move down to the “streamFilenameGenerator” bean definition and adjust values of recordPath and playbackPath as you wish.

3. To use absolute paths, set “absolutePath” property as true.

Downloads:

Customstreamer_deployable_0.8

CustomStreamer_source_0.8

# Update : Customstreamer for Red5 0.9:

Customstreamer_deployable_0.9

CustomStreamer_source_0.9

# Update : Customstreamer for Red5 0.7: [Updated June 17 2010]

Customstreamer_deployable_0.7

*Try out the new Red5 application generator HERE

Note:  To compile source, use eclipse J2ee build.

Red5 0.9 out and shining

Red5-0.9-release

The new Red5 0.9 is out. I guess i missed it on release date  🙁 . Nevertheless..  the Red5 team   seems to be doing a wonderful job as they near to the first stable version (1.0) of Red5.  And since its the only good to use and friendly Open source RTMP server out there, its no wonder that everyone have their eye on its progress.  Great job Red5 Team !!

RED5 vs FMS – Part 1

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Young

Thank you very much for your great summary!!!