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    I have an Axis m3007 which is my video input. The audio is coming from an axis p8221. I need to either mux, or stream synced, the audio and video to an end user. I found a couple of post in the forum but nothing clear. Is there a way to combine these two streams?

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    The simplest solution is client-side in a RTMP client: Either a player with two NetStreams, or a page with two instances of a player like JW Player or Flowplayer, one playing the video and the other playing the audio. If exact sync is a requirement, you will have to test to see if that will work.

    It might be possible server-side in Wowza, but there are not any examples of that. You might request the list of independent consultants by writing to support@wowza.com to see if anyone is interested in taking that on. I think there has been some work on that among them.

    Otherwise, you might find something else in-between. I took a look at VLC as an option, but it does not seem to have that capability.



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    Quote Originally Posted by rrlanham View Post
    The simplest solution is client-side in a RTMP client: Either a player with two NetStreams, or a page with two instances of a player like JW Player or Flowplayer, one playing the video and the other playing the audio. If exact sync is a requirement, you will have to test to see if that will work.

    It might be possible server-side in Wowza, but there are not any examples of that. You might request the list of independent consultants by writing to support@wowza.com to see if anyone is interested in taking that on. I think there has been some work on that among them.

    Otherwise, you might find something else in-between. I took a look at VLC as an option, but it does not seem to have that capability.



    Richard
    Thanks Richard. Unfortunately I don't have time or money for a consultant.

    I'd try the dual stream idea but the end user is suppose to be able to use nDVR to scrub the audio and video so I think it has to be one stream.

    Anyone else have an idea?

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    Richard. If use the mux functionality of vlc would this possibly work? I've posted on the VLC forums but I'm wondering what capability it might be lacking that I would need other than muxing?

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    I don't know, I haven't used that. You will have to try it. Would be interested to know how it goes.

    Richard

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