7 November 2011
Complete the lesson Install Flash Media Server 4.5 and verify streaming and the lesson Capture, encode, and deliver a live video stream over HTTP to Flash and iOS. Download and install Flash Media Live Encoder.
In this lesson, we’ll capture a single live video stream, encode it into three streams at three different bitrates, and deliver the multi-bitrate streams over HTTP to a media player running in Flash and to an iPad. The Flash media player you’ll see in this screencast is running on a desktop computer, but it could be running on any device that supports Flash, including Android devices and tablets.
This workflow has four steps:
To learn more about live HTTP streaming, see Stream live media (HTTP) and Configure HTTP Dynamic Streaming and HTTP Live Streaming. Be sure to watch the other videos in this series:
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