At the moment it isn't possible to publish audio and webcam with flash player and subscribe to this stream with an iphone due to the lack of support for the aac codec of flash player.
Now I was wondering if it is possible to publish audio and webcam to a stream and subscribe with and iphone to this stream and remove the audio, so that if people subscribe with a flash player to the stream they can use the audio!
Is something like that possible? So people on an iphone don't have audio and people on a flash player client do have audio? I want to make a webcam platform available on an iphone. At the moment it is only flash player on a pc to flash player on a pc.
The publishing part is on a pc with flash player.
As I can see your problem, I have a question like why dont you use iOS streaming avaialble in FMS4.5 onwards: http://help.adobe.com/en_US/flashmediaserver/devguide/WSeb6b7485f9649b f23d103e5512e08f3a338-8000.html
Not sure, if you are not inerested in HLS streaming for a particular reason.
I can use that one, but it doesn't support the audio published with flash player (browser) or does it?
I mean if someone is publishing using a webcam and audio, the wrong audio codec is published, something like speex while the media serevr can only handle AAC.
Using FP, currently you can't send audio to ios devices, but after h.264 support in FP from 11.0 onwards, video can be send.
Why dont you try FMLE that can publish h.264 and AAC audio to FMS and from there it can be received to your ios client.