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Re: [Gnash-dev] Playing SWF files with RTMP-flv-playback interacting wit
Re: [Gnash-dev] Playing SWF files with RTMP-flv-playback interacting with Adobe Flash Media Server 3
Tue, 15 Jul 2008 22:59:41 -0600
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Dhananjoy Chutia wrote:
I have checked that Gnash is able to play SWF files which contains local
flv-playback & http-flv-playback. But, I am unable to play SWF files which
have *RTMP-flv-playback* that interact with Adobe Flash Media Server 3. The
RTMP is an undocumented and proprietary protocol. That said, I've
been reverse engineering RTMP for a while, and making good progress. As
I'm also writing Cygnal, an FMS 3 clone, I've been implementing RTMP on
the server side as well. I have RTMP mostly working in a standalone
utility, so after that's done, it still needs to be merged into Gnash.
This won't be a trivial task, as it involves refactoring much of the low
level I/O system. Anyway, I'm working on, it, would love involvement
from others that want to help with this effort. So RTMP-flv-playback
doesn't work yet, maybe in a few more months.
VLC also has new RTMP support in git, it's not complete yet though.
- rob -