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Speaking of experiences web, the one of video in web is one of most popular at the moment. In this session they will see the possibilities of support of those experiences of video with Flash Media …

Speaking of experiences web, the one of video in web is one of most popular at the moment. In this session they will see the possibilities of support of those experiences of video with Flash Media Server 3.5.

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  • Very good presentation. A very informative and descriptive piece of technical work. Kudos!
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  • Daniel, muchas gracias por la presentacion. Estuvo muy bien editada e inclusive los detalles me ayudaron bastante. No se te pudiese preguntar si puedo bajar el ppt archivo? Gracias y saludos.

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  • 1. FMS 3.5
    MIGUELDANIELRAMOSMtz
    @dannyGeek
    Adobe Certified Instructor Flex & Air
  • 2. AGENDA
    Part 0: Flash Media Server 3.5?
    Part 1: Installing Flash Media Server 3.5
    Part 2: Streaming video with FMS 3.5
    Part 3: Using ActionScript 3.0 with FMS 3.5
    Part 4: Streaming with FMS 3.5
    Part 5: Testing streaming video with clients application
    Part 6: Dynamic streaming with FMS 3.5
  • 3. Part 0: Flash Media Server 3.5?
    Wide interactive audio and video streaming
    Usage
    Video on Demand, streaming video stored on the server to the flash client.
    Live Video, a server-side application which allows user to broadcast their own video from a webcam on website with live stream Flash video player to other users or to the server for recording and on demand viewing later.
    Real Time Communication, an application which requires collaboration between multiple clients, such as a chat room or multiplayer game.
    Essentials
    Flash Media Interactive Server for streaming applications with real-time, multiway communication
    Flash Media Streaming Server for simple streaming applications. Both editions enable the delivery of protected, high-quality live and on-demand video with encrypted streaming support and no file caching.
  • 4. TOP FEATURES IN FLASH MEDIA INTERACTIVE SERVER 1/2
    Interactive features
    Plug-in architecture
    MPEG-4 video recording
    AMF3 support
    DVR functionality
    XMP metadata support
  • 5. TOP FEATURES IN FLASH MEDIA INTERACTIVE SERVER 2/2
    Video streaming features
    Dynamic Streaming
    Faster server and scalability
    Easier implementation
    More secure content delivery
    Reliable delivery protocols
    H.264 video and HE-AAC audio
    Live HD/H.264 video streaming
    Mobile video delivery to Adobe Flash Lite™ 3
    Bandwidth detection
    Multipoint publishing
    Server redirection handling
    Logging
    Stream data access
    http://www.adobe.com/products/flashmediainteractive/features
  • 6. Terms
    …WTF!!
    H.264
    RTMF
    RMTF
    Stream
    vod
    AMF
    RTMPS
    AAC
  • 7. H.264
    H.264 or MPEG-4 divides 10 is a norm that defines códec of video of high compression.
    The intention of project H.264/AVC was the one to create a standard able to remarkably provide a good quality of image with binary rates inferiors to the previous standards (MPEG-2, H.263 or MPEG-4 divide 2), besides not increasing the complexity of its design.
  • 8. AAC
    Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) is a standardized, lossy compression and encoding scheme for digital audio. Designed to be the successor of the MP3 format, AAC generally achieves better sound quality than MP3 at similar bit rates.
  • 9. VOD
    Video on Demand (VOD) or Audio Video on Demand (AVOD) are systems which allow users to select and watch/listen to video or audio content on demand.
    Streaming media are multimedia that are constantly received by, and normally presented to, an end-user while being delivered by a streaming provider.
  • 10. RTMP protocols
    Real Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP) is a proprietary protocol developed by Adobe Systems for streaming audio, video and data over the Internet, between a Flash player and a server.
  • 11. RMTP
    RTMP REAL-TIME MESSAGING PROTOCOL
    RTMPT Real-Time Messaging Protocol tunneled over http.
    RTMPE 128-bit encrypted Real-Time Messaging Protocol.
    RTMPTE 128-bit encrypted Real-Time Messaging Protocol tunneled over http.
    RTMPS Real-Time Messaging Protocol over SSL.
  • 12. AMF
    Action Message Format or AMF is a binary format based loosely on the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP). It is used primarily to exchange data between an Adobe Flash application and a database, using a remote procedure call.
    A content delivery network or content distribution network (CDN) is a system of computers containing copies of data, placed at various points in a network so as to maximize bandwidth for access to the data from clients throughout the network.
  • 13. Part 1: Installing Flash Media Server 3.5
    Introduction.
    Starting the installation.
    Looking at the Administration Console.
    Using the Flash Media Server 3.5 start screen.
  • 14. Part 2: Streaming video with Flash Media Server 3.5
    Setting up the sample files.
    Creating a vod streaming application.
    Streaming various file formats.
    MP4.
    F4V.
    FLV.
  • 15. Part 3: Using ActionScript 3.0 with Flash Media Server 3.5
    {
    varnc:NetConnection;
    varns:NetStream;
    nc = newNetConnection();
    nc.connect("rtmpe://SERVER/instancia/");
    playVideo ();
    }
    functionplayVideo(){
    ns = newNetStream(nc);
    vid_video.attachVideo(ns);
    ns.play(”STREAM_NAME");
    }
  • 16. Streaming in the real World
    FLV: rtmp://domain/app/streamname (no .flv suffix).
    MPEG-3: rtmp://domain/app/mp3:streamname (no .mp3 suffix).
    MPEG-4: rtmp://domain/app/mp4:streamname.mp4 (use the suffix for any compatible MPEG-4 file: .mov, .avi, .mp4, etc.).
  • 17. A no-flash, no-code approach to FMS
    I live in a HTML/CSS World !!.
    Using the Flash Media Server 3.5 code embed!!!.
  • 18. Part 4: Streamingwith Flash Media Server 3.5
    Streaming from the vodfolder.
    Streaming fromwebroot.
    Streaming from the live folder.
  • 19. Part 5: Testing streaming video withclientsapplication
    FLASH LITE 3.0.
    FLASH CS4.
    AIR 1.5.
    FLEX 3.
  • 20. Part 5: Streaming live video with Flash Media Server 3.5
    AIR 1.5 Test Client
    FMS Feature Explorer.
    FMS_StreamTestSuite.
  • 21. Part 6: Dynamic streaming with Flash Media Server 3.5
    And the code, Where is it???.
    FMS Tools
    FLVPlayback 2.5.
    Dynamic Streaming Class.
    some… more.
  • 22. Thanks
    :)
    @dannyGeek
    mdrmtz@gmail.com
    mdrmtz@hotmail.com

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