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FMS 4.5 Live streaming issues

Mar 26, 2012 6:49 AM

Tags: #live #http #f4m #fms_4.5.1

Hello everyone,

 

I've installed FMS4.5 on a CentOS server with Appache and both servers works fine.

 

I'm trying to set it up for live streaming and I've followed the simple step by step instructions provided by Adobe.

 

I can push my stream on to the server as a multiple bitrates 100-200 and 350 k everything works fine.

I can see teh 3 streams being created in /opt/adobe/fms/applications/livepkgr/events/_definst_/liveevent

 

but when I tried to access the http://myserver.com/hds-live/livepkgr/_definst_/liveevent/livestream.f 4m

 

I get an empty manifest:

 

<manifest xmlns="http://ns.adobe.com/f4m/1.0">

<id>livepkgr/events/_definst_/liveevent</id>

 

<streamType>live</streamType>

<duration>0</duration>

</manifest>

 

My Event.xml looks good:

<Event>

  <EventID>liveevent</EventID>

  <Recording>

    <FragmentDuration>4000</FragmentDuration>

    <SegmentDuration>400000</SegmentDuration>

    <DiskManagementDuration>3</DiskManagementDuration>

  </Recording>

</Event>

 

 

And here is my Manifest.xml

 

<manifest xmlns="http://ns.adobe.com/f4m/1.0">

  <media streamId="livestream1" bitrate="100" />

  <media streamId="livestream2" bitrate="200" />

  <media streamId="livestream3" bitrate="350" />

</manifest>


 

Any help is very very welcome

 
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    May 22, 2012 5:55 AM   in reply to cafardtom

    Hi,

     

    For multi-bitrate streaming, Flash and AIR media players request an F4M manifest file that contains the location and bitrate of each live stream. This type of F4M file is called a set-level manifest. In your case the set-level manifest is the Manifest.xml. When you access a stream via the stream name the manifest file is generated by FMS. To use the manifest file specified in the event access the streams via the event name as so : http://myserver.com/hds-live/livepkgr/_definst_/liveevent.f 4m.

     

    Hope this helps.

     

    Thanks,

    Apurva

     
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