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[Gnash-dev] client command-line or library for streaming audio and video

From: Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
Subject: [Gnash-dev] client command-line or library for streaming audio and video - does it exist?
Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2008 09:10:51 +0000 (UTC)

folks, hi,
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for streaming audio and video, critical to performing inter-red5-server 
and integration into other free software projects, and critical to the
development of gnash and swf-dec is the existence of a command-line client
and/or library for uploading (and downloading) AMF-formatted streams to and
from a flash media server such as red5.
does such a client - or library - exist, that anyone knows of, in any language -
c, java or python?
for example it should be really trivial to write a plugin for kopete or
gaim / pidgin to utilise red5 (or rtmpy when it's ready) as a audio-video
media server.  this would be a first big step to adding webcam support
to gnash and swf-dec.
the reason why i am asking is because i would like to see some integration
of real-time audio broadcasting into some of the "music production" software
for linux.  so, whilst someone is doing a live performance (dj or broadcaster)
their production is going out real-time onto a red5 or rtmpy server.

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