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    Default control receive stream(stream manager) programmatically?

    Hi,


    I followed this post http://www.wowza.com/forums/showthre...-VLC-streaming to stream desktop using VLC in wowza. i can able to stream dekstop in wowza. thanks randall.

    now i want to do start/stop receiving stream in streammanager programmatically.
    # Use the Stream Manager to start the MPEG-TS stream

    1. Open a web browser and enter the url: http://[wowza-address]:8086/streammanager
    2. Enter your admin username and password from above
    3. Click the [start-receiving-stream] link just below the live application folder
    4. Select the MediaCaster Type: rtp
    5. Enter mpegts.stream into the Stream Name field
    6. Click OK

    i want to do these steps programmatically. It is there any possible way to start or stop particular receive stream in stream manager through coding? any guide on this?



    Thanks,
    Last edited by sktniran; 11-21-2011 at 03:49 AM.

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    Hi sktniran,

    Here are two different ways:

    1. A command line interface to start/stop streams.
    2. MediaCaster API functions to start/stop a stream from your custom Wowza module.

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    Thank you randall...

    its worked for me..

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