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    Guys,

    Thought some of you may be interested in my companies new mobile encoder - http://www.codeghost.co.uk/myCast
    Currently it is released on the Android Play Store, although we're hopeful of having an iPhone version approved soon.

    It would be great to get any feedback anyone has.

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    myCast is now available on the AppStore for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad!

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    Hi codeghost,

    I've installed the app myCast, and it apparently runs okay but I'm having problems viewing the stream it generates. I've set my application to "live-record" and Wowza server is definitely receiving and recording streamed video from my Android phone (Droid Bionic, Verizon), but so far I cannot view the live stream with VLC or Quicktime player or Winamp. Any suggestions?

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    Not sure that winamp can work, I don't think so. I would put Quicktime aside, it is not recommended for desktop streaming and if it is Windows you have to do this. At least for the moment, focus on VLC.

    Are you using RTSP to playback in VLC? For example if the app is named "live" and the stream is named "myStream"

    rtsp://[wowza-address]:1935/live/myStream
    Make sure you are following these guides:
    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....-RTP-streaming
    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....P-RTP-playback

    The stream must contain h.264 video and AAC or MP3 audio.

    If streaming to the desktop is the main goal, the best choice is Flash RTMP client. You can use JW Player, Flowplayer, or Flash Media Playback (also good for Flash HTTP).

    JW Player
    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....a-Media-Server

    Flowplayer
    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....a-Media-Server

    Flash Media Playback Player
    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....a-Media-Server

    Richard

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    Hi ergomatic,

    You should also be able to view the streams using the Wowza example page (Wowza/examples/LiveVideoStreaming/client/live.html) to play back both the live and recorded streams
    If you don't have any joy with Richards suggestions PM me and I can give you a server to connect to where we can test the encoder.

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    myCast v2.0 has been released with enhanced streaming updates.
    The big new feature is that myCast can now be used with Wowza using load balancing, using the NetConnection.Connect.Rejected event.info.ex.redirect response as documented with the load balancer plugin http://www.wowza.com/forums/content.php?108

    We hope the hundreds of you who've already bought it like the update!

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    I also bought the app and I am able to connect to the server but I am not able to see the stream in my player.
    I am using JWPlayer and is configure it out properly, I am able to see the stream when broadcast with adobe encoder but not with the iPhone app. Any thoughts on this???

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    Set Format to H.264, and if mp3 audio try 44100hz/stereo/128kbs or 64kbs

    Richard

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    Where in the app? Cause I don't have no problem in adobe encoder.

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    Those are encoder settings.

    What is playback URL you are using? What is the result? Do you see any messages in the access log regarding encoding for cupertino. Look at the lines where packetization begins after the stream is published

    Richard

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