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  1. #1
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    Default HTML5 video keep on dropping

    Hello,

    First thing is this the only support for Wowza?
    Kind of strange that after paying over 2000 euro for software there is nothing apart of Wide open Forum :/

    Anyway my Wowza is crashing non stop while using it for IOS streaming.
    I cannot provide any information about issue cause Wowza is so Happy to Provide none information whatsoever.
    Nothing in logs nothing in application nothing outputting on screen session (not even running as daemon WOW!)
    Video just stops with no reason and only information i'm getting is on apple screen saying operation cannot be completed and on wowza side client connected, client disconnected (so much help for debugging )

    INFO cupertino connect 2024773280 -
    INFO stream create xxxx -
    INFO stream play xxxxx -
    INFO stream stop xxxxx -
    INFO stream destroy xxxx -
    INFO cupertino disconnect 2024773280 -
    Another issue is some Over Flush Iteration Limit. I was searching for this issue and seems that till today nobody can answer or fix this issue.

    I had wowza 3.0.4 then updated it to 3.5.2 in the way Update page was telling me. All went ok and I was hoping that issue with dropping streams will be solved...

    Wowza is running on default settings on a Ubuntu Server 12.10 with Sun Java installed. For broadcasting I'm using FMLE 3.2 on Mac OS X with encoding settings:

    <frame_rate>15.00</frame_rate>
        <encode>
            <video>
            <format>H.264</format>
            <datarate>400;</datarate>
            <outputsize>320x240;</outputsize>
            <advanced>
                <profile>Baseline</profile>
                <level>2.0</level>
                <keyframe_frequency>1 Second</keyframe_frequency>
            </advanced>
            <autoadjust>
                <enable>false</enable>
                <maxbuffersize>1</maxbuffersize>
                <dropframes>
                <enable>false</enable>
                </dropframes>
                <degradequality>
                <enable>true</enable>
                <minvideobitrate/>
                <preservepfq>false</preservepfq>
                </degradequality>
            </autoadjust>
            </video>
        </encode>

    So only thing i have is this:

    WARN server comment - LiveStreamPacketizerCupertino.handleHolder[live/_definst_/nk]: Over flush iteration limit.
    WARN server comment - LiveStreamPacketizerCupertino.handleHolder[live/_definst_/nk]: Over flush iteration limit.
    WARN server comment - LiveStreamPacketizerCupertino.handleHolder[live/_definst_/nk]: Over flush iteration limit.
    WARN server comment - LiveStreamPacketizerCupertino.handleHolder[live/_definst_/nk]: Over flush iteration limit.
    WARN server comment - LiveStreamPacketizerCupertino.handleHolder[live/_definst_/nk]: Over flush iteration limit.
    Is there anybody here which had similar issues or still have?

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    Please open a support ticket by writing to support@wowza.com. Zip up and send /conf and recent log files that show "Over flush iteration limit."

    Include a link to this thread for reference.

    Richard

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    We are very interested in getting this issue resolved. We have only found a few people with this issue. What capture card are you using or what exactly is the source of the video feed.

    Charlie

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    Hello Charlie,

    We are not using any capture cards cause we are using IP cameras.
    To get image from cameras we are using custom made python script which uses image library to get frames from IP cameras to FMLE software on mac os system.

    You can find more information here how we are getting video http://www.geekorgy.com/index.php/ip...sh-video-code/

    Quote Originally Posted by charlie View Post
    We are very interested in getting this issue resolved. We have only found a few people with this issue. What capture card are you using or what exactly is the source of the video feed.

    Charlie

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    Hi,
    This will now be handled via the ticket you have open.

    Jason

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