All I see is info on RTSP (not sure if I should use this?) and that "newer" android devices support RTMP. Does this mean we need an application, or what? Trying the direct RTMP://blahort/live simply doesn't work.
For Android 2.2+ you can do RTMP streaming to a Flash app same as you would Flash app on desktop. You can also do Flash HTTP (Sanjose) streaming with an OSMF Player. Strobe and Flash Media Playback will do RTMP or Flash HTTP:
video recording and streaming from android device to server
Originally Posted by daniel.hlima
I'm making an android app that will stream live video to wowza server...
Until now I can't to get the result for MediaRecorder in real time and to put it in some place to send via rtmp.
Please gurus, can you show us a bit of code that handles MediaRecorder with RTMP ?
Any help will be great!
i too developing an app in which i have to record the video from my android device and stream it to server...so i need help regarding how to get started with it and if u have any source code please let me know..
If the Android device supports Flash, you can use a Flash RTMP client, like Wowza examples or JW Player. You just navigate to the player in Android as you would on desktop, and configure with Flashvar streamer with rtmp or rtmpe protocols