I'm looking for a solution to create a live broadcasting tool which supports H264 + AAC encoding, similar to Flash Media Live Encoder.
Since Flash Player 11 it's possible to encode H264 live streams, but I don't find any information about AAC encoding.
The Soundcodec class (http://help.adobe.com/en_US/FlashPlatform/reference/actionscript/3/fla sh/media/SoundCodec.html) seems not to support it.
Is there any plug in or workaround to encode an incoming audio signal into AAC with FLASH/FLEX?
Has Adobe planned to implement this feature?
Which available codec would be the best to broadcast high quality live music?
Yes same issue here! I can't believe the actionscript 3 audio encoder does not support AAC. So you can't do HLS/HDS live streaming to HTML5 devices.
No audio channel comes through.
Adobe please fix this so we can all do live streaming across mobile and desktop.
Or offer a patch or plugin audio encoder.
I've asked EdgeCast to add a Transcoder from SPEEX or PCMA/U to AAC. But they are not interested in solving this issue. Which I think is a HUGE mistake. There are thousands and thousands of people using the actionscript 3 video & audio encoder, that can not get their live stream to a mobile device.
If Adobe or EdgeCast fixed the issue we could focus on our applications and not the streaming protocols