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[28 Aug 2009 | No Comment | 15,831 views]
Stream Your Videos Using FLV Player – FREE

We’ve recently added some pretty significant new features to our FLV Player Flash Component. One really neat new offering is our Free FLV Player, which allows you to stream videos from Youtube!, Vimeo, or your own sources including Flash Media Server. All you need is a video source, your player width and height requirements, and you can get your embed code in 3 easy steps.
Take a look at FLV Player, and our new Free FLV Player at http://flvplayer.com.
If you ever wanted to add video to your projects or websites, there …

Flash, Flex, FMS, PHP/MySQL »

[22 Apr 2009 | 8 Comments | 26,410 views]
Stratus – P2P Communication Using RTMFP and Flash 10

After doing some research on live broadcasting events using streaming video, I happened to come across a beta Adobe product called Stratus which builds upon Adobe’s RTMP. Not to confuse RTMP (Real Time Media Protocol) with RTMFP (Real Time Media Flow Protocol), RTMFP is a new communication protocol built by Adobe that will let users connect and communicate using P2P between multiple clients running a Flash or Adobe AIR application.
Stratus as defined by Adobe…
Stratus is a hosted rendezvous service that aids in establishing communications between Flash Players or Adobe AIR …

Code Samples, Flash, FMS, Tutorials »

[29 Oct 2008 | 3 Comments | 16,042 views]
Flash Bandwidth & Port Detection

Being able to detect a users bandwidth can be an important part of serving them streaming video. Using their bandwidth you can stream a video that will play well using their connection speeds.
The first step is to create our NetConnection.as file. This is used by our bandwidth checking script to connect to our Flash Media Server via RTMP, select an available port, and talk with our bw_check.asc to report the users available bandwidth.
The second step is to create our FMS server side code. The bwcheck.asc file sends packets at a …

Code Samples, Flash, FMS, Tutorials »

[21 Aug 2008 | 80 Comments | 70,916 views]

Here’s a quick way to setup a Flash Media Server chat room. This process only allows for two users to video chat over Flash Media Server, and was the start of a larger project that I was involved with.
Setting Up the Flash Media Server Application
It really what you are going to use in terms of either a FMS hosting company, or your own. Most of the FMS hosting companies use the same techniques when setting up their servers for users, but that might not always be true. In general, you …