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    Default vlc to wowza

    Hi ,
    I am using latest vlc .
    Can some one guide me to ho stream to wowza?
    i only know rtmp but vlc has only rtp ,rtsp icy and http.
    Can we use one of these?Except rtmp i want to use other type to input
    Any help is apprecicated

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    Hi
    You can find the guide for using an encoder that is rtsp/rtp based here,
    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....-based-encoder
    This should help you get started.

    Jason

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    Also take a look at the VLC article:

    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....rver-(MPEG-TS)

    Richard

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    Sorru Richard.
    I am using ubuntu and was able to stream from vlc
    Its doing the streamin from vlc side.
    I didnt quite understand what is to be done in stream manager to pull the stream
    The only option is to create an rtp stream and give it a name right?
    I am using the example for vlc u gave and running on same box where vlc and wowza is installed.
    DO i have to change some where in application.xml . I have pasted same xml as given in eg.
    not sure where is the mapping from the stream to the name given in streammanager or somewhere else (for eg streamname 1).

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    If you follow that VLC guide you are producing an mpeg-ts stream. You can re-stream that now in a Wowza application following the configuration and playback steps in this guide:

    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....based-encoder)

    Richard

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