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  • NSV + Flash = yes

    Hello,

    Just to give the heads up, I completed the alpha code to publish NSV streams on red5.

    So far AAC is supported, and I am working out the video stuff if I can.

    yes wowza can also pull icecast aac streams but now so can red5 AND red5 can connect with nsv cap directly. Plus it can forward the stream to a real dnas server for YP listing.

    The code should be released very very soon.

  • #2
    If you are successful in streaming NSV audio and video with red 5 - will it be possible to render the nsv / flash stream with a flash player ?
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    • #3
      Yes, I am already rendering aac audio using mean and lean repackage;

      I am looking at making video work now.

      I am playing with flash player, not winamp

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Smelter
        Yes, I am already rendering aac audio using mean and lean repackage;

        I am looking at making video work now.

        I am playing with flash player, not winamp
        If you succeed Smelter, this could be a new start for NSV.
        Keep up the great work you're doing.

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        • #5
          if you pull this off i promise i will never bother you about red5 again
          So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish.

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          • #6
            heh was having idea to do the same, as I looked at flexSDK and didnt see any options/documentation to do other way receive NSV with VP6 and make flash decoders render them
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            • #7
              Video works but as expected, it is upside down.

              However, remember that this is flash and one line of code will flip the video output however you please.

              So To reiterate Nsv with video is playing with flash player now here in the lab. A few time keeping things to handle but woo hoo ! Where is JohnRockntv1 when you need a big WOOHOO?

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              • #8
                Heyyyy, Sounds like you have come a long way =D
                Does it decode both VP6 and H264? Also, what does the flipping do for hardware support?

                Anyway, can't wait to see a release

                EDIT: Oh, forgot to mention: If you're going full out with this, you must remember to get in Subtitles and multiple audio tracks too
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                • #9
                  It will do h264 if the avcvideo packet is constructed versus the normal flv packet.

                  Hardware works regardless of the flip.

                  I just dump the aux channels a the moment. I am only supporting nsvcap now.

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                  • #10
                    Who is running aac + vp6 stream regularly?

                    Who wants to be the test case?

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                    • #11
                      Ok red5 is doing 5 things now.

                      1. nsv encoder direct connection with flash player output
                      2. nsv subscribe to dnas flash player output
                      3. winamp dsp encoder direct connection to flash player output
                      4. dnas subscribe to audio only aac with flash player output.

                      and 5, the original function that started this branch, icecast subscribing to aac stream with flash output.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Smelter
                        Who is running aac + vp6 stream regularly?

                        Who wants to be the test case?

                        I regularly run h264+aac
                        but if you need some test, I might help you.

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                        • #13
                          might be up....

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Smelter
                            might be up....

                            http://www.thebitstream.com/radio_tacoma.html
                            Cool
                            If it will work with h264 it'll be amazing

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                            • #15
                              I take back anything bad i ever said about you smelter
                              So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish.

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