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Thread: Problem connecting RTMP

  1. #1
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    Default Problem connecting RTMP

    Hi,
    I've install Wowza server
    trying to connect using rtmp and I'm getting the following error
    rtmp @ 0x238c520] Server error: Connection failed: Application folder ([install-location]/applications/) is missing

    I've installed wowza on the default dir (/usr/local/Wowza...) and verified that I do have applications directory...
    Can anyone please advice?

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    If this is the RTMP connect URL, for example:
    rtmp://[wowza-address]:1935/myApplication

    Then you need this folder:
    [wowza-install-dir]/applications/myApplication.

    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content.php?217#appConfig

    Richard

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    I actually did try
    and still getting same error...
    Connection failed: Application folder ([install-location]/applications/) is missing

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    It's feels like the installation-dir is not the same as the default dir (/usr/local/Wowzaserver)..
    But I've changed nothing and when wowza loads it says home dir is /usr/local/Wowzase...

    My Rtmp example:
    ffmpeg -i sample1.mp4 -f flv "rtmp://localhost:1935/testApp"
    output:[rtmp @ 0x2487520] Server error: Connection failed: Application folder ([install-location]/applications/) is missing.
    and on server side (wowza_error.log) i see WARN server comment 2012-02-17 16:52:24 - - - - - 387.618 - - - - - - - Application folder ([install-location]/applications/) is missing

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    Do you have Wowza installed in multiple locations? If so, which one is generating new logs?

    Richard

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    No,
    I've tried installing the wowza on another server (thought the issue might be related my specific server) but it's not...

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    Zip up conf and logs folders and send them to support@wowza.com. Include a link to this thread for reference

    Richard

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    I think this is a known issue with ffmpeg. What version off ffmpeg are you running? You may want to upgrade to the latest, latest. Even build from source.

    Charlie

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