I'm not a wowza developer and haven't programmed in quite a few years so you'll have to forgive my naivety. I am a systems design engineer specialising in audiovisual & ICT and I am currently designing the technology systems for a state of the art teaching campus.
I am trying to design an IP based video network and I am stuck on one last and critical detail that I hope someone can provide me with an answer on.
We have in the design many Axis IP cameras in technical workshops around the campus, for various reasons it is neigh on impossible to run an audio feed from the microphone base station to the cameras located 4 metres above the ground many metres away (there is no physical pathway for the cabling for starters!). I would like to use an Axis audio encoder and the record both the camera H.264 and audio stream as one file on the wowza platform, but as they are separate and will come from different IP addresses, I am not confident that this is possible.
The other aspect is that in some areas there are 2 cameras between one audio encoder, so the backend needs to differentiate which camera goes with the audio stream but I know this can be managed programmatically.
Can some please enlighten me on whether or not this concept is possible and if so, are there any modules that will I need to know about in documenting the design. The project would be completed using Wowza 3.5.