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Thread: Where can get the Performance of Wowza 3?

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    Default Where can get the Performance of Wowza 3?

    i wanna get some delail about server performance,such as client counts and anything else.
    where can get it?
    ps:
    can the server support 48K AAC audio?

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    Client count depends on your server hardware and network capacity. We have a load test tool which you can use. Send email to test@wowza.com to get it. There is a document to sign and return.

    Yes, Wowza supports 48k AAC audio.

    Richard

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    i have send the mail


    additional question

    how can get the detail of format that server supports
    something like wiki link or a pdf

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    These are specs:
    http://www.wowza.com/specs.html

    Then there is much documentation, tutorials and examples here:
    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....f-All-Articles

    Richard

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    how to demand a aac file
    i tried http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....on-demand-file
    it works with mp4 file,but nope for aac
    how can i deal with it

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    Hi
    Can you provide the link that you are using to access the AAC file?
    This will give us a better understanding of why this isn't working for you.

    Jason

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    As far as I know, .aac files are not supported in Wowza. AAC audio in a quicktime container (.mp4, .mov etc) is supported

    Richard

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    adanzl,
    I am using 48bit audio AAC hardware encoder using RTMP protocol to push toward Wowza server and the container in which files are saved is .mp4

    48bit audio quality is good and comparable to G711 64bit codec.


    -Mamoor

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