[LAD] Floss alternative to red5
pshirkey at boosthardware.com
Thu Feb 28 11:28:02 UTC 2013
On Thu, February 28, 2013 8:16 pm, APO33 wrote:
> Hi Jonathan, Jeremy, Patrick,
> We are testing a lot webRTC of course! it's seems one of the main
> amazing AV web developpement because of html5 being such easy and
> great, should we say futur standard or is it already one?
> Also do you think html5 and the work of access local and display could
> be implemented without webRTC with getUserMedia(, createObjectURL? and
> for example only use the audio... I am watching the conference at the
> moment, mayeb she have the answer?!!
> I am wondering if we could also combined gstreamer+html5 (or other
> audio good floss software) on a server...
Yes it is possible t use gstreamer or icecast, shoutcast.
> So for you webRTC is THE solution for AV web based project alternative
> to red5 and flash?
It's the open standard which is being promoted by Google, Apple, Mozilla,
etc... You can feel confident that it will not be a waste of your time to
build with it.
>Is anyone have tested anything using python or java?
It is trivial to produce html5 with python or java. What specific
functionality are you planning/looking for?
> thank for your answers!
>>> On 02/26/2013 11:40 PM, APO33 wrote:
>>> > The idea is that the final user will stream his sound and video with
>>> > browser and everyone could see/hear him and do the same via their
>>> Did you already take a look at the possibilities of WebRTC?
>> There was also a presentation by Silvia Pfeiffer at linux.conf.au about
>> use of WebRTC to do non-centralised video conferencing. It was at 10:40
>> MCC3 on Wednesday if you are looking at the program at
>> At some point the videos and slides will be linked to this, but in the
>> meantime the abstract can be found here:
>> The video is currently available at
>> or other formats (webm, mp4) at
> space of research and experimentation
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