[vlc-devel] Integration of vlc into Red5 - What revision to use?

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Sun Nov 11 08:59:12 CET 2007

On Nov 1, 2007 9:38 AM, Jean-Baptiste Kempf <jb at videolan.org> wrote:
> hello,
> On Thu, Nov 01, 2007, Alexander Bethke wrote :
> > don't want to spam the devel list, just thought that might be right here.
> > I am planning an integration of vlc into the Red5 streaming server
> > (Flash video), to get streaming Flash video out of the sandbox and
> > connected to the rest of the world, especially the mobile one. When
> > Adobe already doesn't do it... I'll do it as my final work on
> > polytechnic, hopefully not a bad idea.
> What about integrating red5 rtmp support in vlc ? :) Just kidding.
> > Could somebody try to help me finding the right revision for building,
> > that fulfils my rather complicated requirements.
> > - flv muxing has to be working still of course, hence before 31.08.2007?
> > - java bindings have to work, so before the change to media instances?
> > - ffmpeg should be as new as possible as nellymoser and vp6 decoding are
> > essential in the Flash environment
> > - I am building ffmpeg with amr support
> It think you should take one of the latest revisions of ffmpeg, because
> of NellyMoser being added lately.
> For live55, I don't realy know if this is a matter.
> About flv muxing, I don't know if someone has already found the culprit
> commit, but you should take the latest working one?
> About java bindings, well, I don't know.

Hi Alexander,

Can you please help me understand what do you mean by "I am planning
an integration of vlc into the Red5 streaming server
(Flash video)"?

Why you want integrated vlc (a client) to Red5 streaming a Server)?
What will vlc going to do? As far as I know, it can't talk in RTMP
(both as a client or as a server).

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