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Thread: Tuning for one-to-one connection

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    Default Tuning for one-to-one connection

    Hello,
    i have already a server tuned for one to many connection that use as CDN services .
    so, now i want configure a new server only for one-to-one IPTV connection .
    at the encoder site there are a FMLE or Minicaster Encoder in RTMP and i have H.264, Main 3.1, Keyframe 10sec, 720x576 D1, 1.5Mbit/s, 25fps, AAC, 48Khz, 128 Kbit/s .

    i have 10 incoming stream and every stream have a 1-3 max client connected 24/7, the client is RTSP (VLC based) decoder or Streamit Lukas (http hls) decoder .
    just use this connection only for IPTV video signal trasfer .
    i have configured my Application.xml as live-lowlatency mode .

    my question is :
    how to configure the max performance for this type of application ? i mean Application.xml but also Vhost.xml .
    the tuning is same as CDN services use or i need modify some other parameters ?

    my line is 100Mbit/s symmetric and my server is WIN2K8R2 X64SP1, 16GB RAM, INTEL XEON 3.2GHZ 8CORE .

    thanks in advance,

    Steve

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    Hi
    The tuning is the same for all processes using Wowza.
    I suggest that you use a higher KeyFrame rate from your encoder I recommend 1-2 seconds.

    Jason

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    hi Jason,
    for Keyframe just use 10 sec, is too high ?

    thanks

    Steve

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    Steve,

    Also, take a look at this article

    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....re-to-playback

    Richard

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    Hi
    Yes, 10 seconds is too long between KeyFrames, you should have a KeyFrame every 1 or 2 seconds.

    Jason

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    Hi Jason,
    ok, thanks
    and also thanks to Richard for article .

    Steve

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