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README - Wowza Media Server
Wowza Media Server
This example includes video on demand for Adobe Flash, iOS / Mac OS X, and Microsoft Silverlight. It uses the default stream type.
This example illustrates how to set up and playback live video. It uses the live stream type.
This example illustrates how to set up and playback live nDVR video.
This Adobe Flash example illustrates how to re-stream SHOUTcast and Icecast MP3 or AAC+ audio data through Wowza Media Server. It uses the shoutcast stream type.
This Adobe Flash example illustrates how to implement video chat between two users. It uses the live-lowlatency stream type and the Camera and Microphone objects to obtain video and audio content. The example can either stream video and audio data between two client connections or loop the data back to itself.
This Adobe Flash example illustrates how to implement a client-to-server webcam recording. It uses the record stream type and the Camera and Microphone objects to obtain video and audio content.
This example is referenced by the Wowza IDE: User's Guide and is a good starting point to learn about how to create your first custom server-side module.
- WINDOWS 7 / WINDOWS 8
Right-click installall.bat and then select Run as administrator
- WINDOWS SERVER
Double-click the installall.bat file
- MAC OS X
Double-click the installall.command file
Note: To run the examples on a machine that does not include a web browser, you must either copy the .html, .js, .gif, .png, .xap, and .swf files to a machine that does include a web browser or make these files available through a web server on the machine running Wowza Server. Upon running the .html file, you will also need to change the rtmp:// URL to point to the IP address of the server running Wowza Server.
Note: All Adobe Flash files used in examples are implemented using ActionScript 3.0.
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