Ok, that's what I needed.
I have a few other questions:
- How do I transfer my video (get a form: byte ) in a MediaStreamBase, do I have to use "addAudioData","addVideoData" methods ?
- Is there a method that lists the codecs supported by Wowza ?
- Is there a method to save in the correct directory ?
I'm sorry but I do not understand how to use the API.
Let me explain: I am currently developing a web application (Spring Framework) and when I get the video (multipart form) I would check the video encoding before saving.
How do I use the API without creating Wowza module?
If you're asking how to check a video's encoding from your web app without using Wowza, it may be easier for you to parse the output of some other program such as ffmpeg, cvlc (Linux vlc command line interface), or mediainfo, etc..
For example, with ffmpeg you can do:
ffmpeg -i filename.flv