I am trying to move from one Wowza server to another. Now I used an pre-build AMI with devkey, and installed on an AWS EC2 instance. All went well, but it seems that the stream is not saved anywhere. First I tried to move the file to a mounted S3 bucket. I was thinking that this was the problem, but I changed the destination to a temp folder in /tmp. Still doesn't seem to work. I am recording from a mic and send the stream to wowza server. The access log seems to create the stream , and tries to publish:
The flow used before, and that we try also now is : record a sound from a flash recorder, send the stream to wowza server, there the stream is saved to a file on a S3 Bucket, we get the file from there and use it in our app.
Are you publishing a live stream? You are using an application named "vod" which I assume is configured as vod app (StreamType "default"), but you should be using a live application. How are you recording?
Are you using a Flash client as publisher? If so, make sure you set the NetStream silence level is "0". What is the audio codec, NellyMoser?
We might need a closer look. If still not working, run a short test and send us results. First enable "cupertinostreamingpacketizer" in the Application.xml /Streams /LiveStreamPacketizers (because there is much codec info in cupertino packetizer logging). Then re-start Wowza, publish the stream and play it back, then stop the stream. Check to see if there is a recording or still not. If not, zip up and send the /conf folder and the current access log showing Wowza re-start and the above test to
The recording should be in the /content folder where Wowza is installed. Please re-start Wowza, then start the live stream, then test playback of the live stream, then stop the stream and test recording of the recording. Then zip up the /conf folder and the current access log (in the /logs folder) to
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