If all editions including starter edition could record live stream video feed from another source？ I am testing on starter edition so if this May limit on 10 minutes？
Please let me know which docs should have mentioned the formats and how to configure on this？
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hparmar <email@example.com> 於 2014年4月2日 19:46 寫道：
Re: Able to record live streaming video on AMS (all editions)
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Yes AMS can record live streams on disk...Please see ams help docs/guides for details...Itis exlained in detail over there...Also you can record in number for formats mp4, flv e.t.c..Again please check help docs for details
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The formats are f4v and flv..see record function of stream class.
Additionally if you want to record in other formats, you will have to write code for the corresponding file plugins and drop the binaries in the modules folder of AMS installation.
I am not programming expert so dont know how to use this Server-side ActionScript Lanuage as stream.record() during live-streaming from RTMP.
I just have RTMP signal feed into AMS and then use videoplayer.html to view this back. How to implement with this ActionScript?
I am still testing in Starter Edition. From http://forums.adobe.com/message/3934425, it had mentioned that 10 minutes for recording?
Which edition (standard and professional) will allow recording of live streaming?
Create a folder inside application folder(the folder name becomes application name) and create a file called main.asc inside it...And write the following content in main.asc file...And it will do basic record for you..Please find related sources in help manuals...Server side action script is pretty elementary and explained in detail in help docs..Thankyou Bye.
application.onAppStart = function()
trace("Application name: " + application.name);
trace("Server: " + application.server);
application.s = new Array();
application.onPublish = function(clientObj, streamObj)
if(RecorderCount > MAX_RECORDERS)
var strName = "recorded_" + streamObj.name;
var s = Stream.get(strName);
if (s == undefined )
s.onStatus = function(info)
s.play(streamObj.name, -1, -1, true);
application.s[streamObj.name] = s;
application.onUnpublish = function(clientObj, streamObj)
var s = application.s[streamObj.name];
if (s && s!= undefined)
application.s[streamObj.name] = null;
I had created a folder as testrec under applications.
When started to feed RTMP video signal inside, I could see that a file as 'recorded_livestream.flv' was created in C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Media Server 5\applications\testrec\streams\_definst_, but the size was still as 946 bytes. Only update the file timestamp when I stop feeding and start again.