A client of mine was asking if the JVC GV-LS2 could be used for streaming directly to a media server like Wowza, but I haven't seen anything in the docs that show a config working directly from the camera. The promo diagram on the JVC shows it needed a computer to connect to U-Stream. Has anyone tried this camera yet?
I got a notification of your post to this thread---by all means keep this thread active. The client I mentioned in my original post didn't end up using this camera, mainly because of the A/V sync delay with the stream. Moreover, this camera uses MPEG-TS streams and doesn't have direct RTSP access. I did some quick Google searches and found that one developer made a proxy to access the GV-LS2 (written in Java), and it's briefly discussed here:
I have not tried this proxy nor do I have one of these cameras to test against, but it seems hopeful. Bottom line though is that this camera is not an easy camera to work with. If you have the ability to use a camera that has direct RTSP access, it will be much simpler to configure with Wowza.
Another thought too: Did you call JVC to ask about if RTSP is an option in a future firmware release? I find it really hard to believe that they built this camera without a real-time protocol to communicate over.