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Thread: ReStream an incoming mpeg2 stream from local wowza to ec2 wowza

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    Question ReStream an incoming mpeg2 stream from local wowza to ec2 wowza

    In my local system, I am receiving mpeg2 stream. I have to transcode the mpeg2 to h.264, in lower bit rate (which is okay, and can be done using the transcoder).

    Now, I want to restream the transcoded h.264 stream to EC2 wowza server. I think there would be two ways:

    1. push from local wowza server to EC2 wowza server.
    2. pull from EC2 wowza server.

    Are both ways available. If yes, then which would be more efficient?

    Thanks in advance
    Last edited by dhamibirendra; 05-12-2013 at 01:00 AM.

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    anyone!!!

    Richard?

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    Assuming the EC2 server is a Wowza server you control, it is easier to do pull.

    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....tream-repeater

    Richard

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    Hi Richard,

    I went throug the above link and I am able to pull to wowza edge server. In my edge server I want to transrate the pulled stream in 3 different bit rates and stream live. I went through the forum but got confused. Please help on this

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    This is the Transcoder guide:

    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....live-streaming

    This is usually done on the origin, but you can do it on the edge. To do it on the edge you will have to start the streams in StreamManager or /conf/StartUpStreams.xml with MediaCaster type "liverepeater" to start the Transcoder

    Richard

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