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Streaming Video with Red5 oflaDemo App

Posted on 27. Aug, 2009 by .

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This is a quick and dirty demo to get started with the Red5 server. In this demo, we will show how to stream video using the oflaDemo app that ships with the Red5 server. The first step is to install/activate the app via the Red5 web GUI. Open a browser and navigate to http://IPADDRESS:5080 and […]

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Installing Red5 Virtual Appliance

Posted on 27. Aug, 2009 by .

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Interested in getting your VCP 410 Certification? Check out this free VCP 410 Practice Test This document outlines installation of the Red5 Virtual Appliance referenced in the previous post: Building a Red5 Virtual Appliance on Jeos In this document we will be using VMWare Workstation 6.5. The process should be simalar for VMWare Server or […]

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Building a Red5 Virtual Appliance on Jeos

Posted on 23. Aug, 2009 by .

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Interested in getting your VCP 410 Certification? Check out thisVCP 410 Test Prep This document outlines the creation of a Red5 Virtual Appliance on Jeos using VMWare Workstation 6.5. Please Refer to this article Building a Virtual Appliance with Jeos for details on Virtual Appliance Creation and Jeos installation, and deployment. This virtual appliance can […]

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Installing Red5 0.8 on Ubuntu 9.04

Posted on 21. Aug, 2009 by .

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This build document outlines the steps to install Red5 0.8 on Ubuntu 9.04 using svn checkout from Google Code. This build is based on installation instructions Installing Red5 on Ubuntu 8.04.1 with a few updates/modifications. We are starting with a fresh Ubuntu 9.04 install (using ubuntu-9.04-server-amd64.iso). The only software selected during installation was OpenSSH Server. […]

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Red5 Streaming Video Server on Windows 2003

Posted on 07. Aug, 2009 by .

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This document outlines the steps to install Red5 version 0.8.0 onto Windows Server 2003. The Red5 server is an excellent open source solution for streaming video and other types of flash media. It is a free alternative to using Adobe Flash Media Server. For more information and to download the installer┬ávisit the Google Code project […]

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