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Demostración de la rama Asterisk-RTMP

John Todd acaba de publicar un vídeo con una pequeña demostración de la rama Asterisk-RTMP (actualmente en modo ‘testing’) que permitirá reproducir vídeos en streaming en nuestros terminales de vídeo SIP.

I created a new branch that implements Adobe’s RTMP (Real Time Media Protocol).

It allows Asterisk to connect as a client to an RTMP media server like Red5 or FMS (Flash Media Server), and then publish or receive media streams from such server. I only tested the connection with Red5.

To install the branch, you’ll need several libavcodec, included in FFMPEG version 0.6. Be careful to configure FFMPEG’s sources with the –enable-shared option activated in the configure script.

Prior to install Asterisk, you need to have librtmp on your system. librtmp is part of the rtmpdump program : http://rtmpdump.mplayerhq.hu/[^]

To install it :
# wget
http://rtmpdump.mplayerhq.hu/download/rtmpdump-2.2e.tar.gz [^] [^]
# tar zxvf rtmpdump-2.2e.tar.gz
# cd rtmpdump-2.2e/
# make
# make install

To install Asterisk :
# svn co
http://svn.digium.com/svn/asterisk/team/phsultan/rtmp-support [^] asterisk-rtmp
# cd asterisk-rtmp
# ./configure
# make menuselect [check here that chan_rtmp is eligible for installation]
# make
# make install

– phsultan –


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