Answer by Randall Auriemma · Mar 25, 2012 at 03:34 PM
Answer by Richard Lanham · Mar 26, 2012 at 11:51 PM
Rich’s suggestion is a reasonable way to get the VBrick WM encoding appliances and Wowza Media Server to work together. If you are not tied to WM or to Wowza, a couple other options are:
- Use an H.264 encoder such as VBrick’s 7000 or 9000 Series encoding appliances to stream directly to the Wowza server without a transcoder. VBrick and Wowza worked together to make sure this works well. You can stream RTMP from the VBrick encoder to the Wowza server, or use RTP with VBrick’s “Auto Unicast” feature.
- Stream directly from the VBrick WM encoding appliance to a WM reflector. You can use a server based reflector from Microsoft, or an appliance based reflector from VBrick to reflect a WM stream.
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