I have a powerful CUDA enabled machine that I would like to use to encode video in H264. I want to transport this H264-encoded video stream to the Wowza 3 server (in real time), instead of using Wowza's Transcoding add-on (This is for a variety of reasons).
I looked at the link:
But most of the encoding is in MPEG-TS that is then transmitted to Wowza using RTP (I believe I would then need to transcode on the server - which is something I don't want to do)
Can anyone tell me which software I can use to enable this. I want something robust and I can pay a bit for this software (does not have to be free or open source). My CUDA machine runs Windows.
The reasons for me not wanting to use Wowza transcoding are as follows:
1. No CUDA enabled machines in non-US locations on Amazon EC2.
2. Preference for Linux varients.
Finally, while I may not want to *transcode* using Wowza, I may want to *transrate*. Is that computationally intensive as well? Based on your answer, I might decide to transcrate on the client.