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Thread: How to get a real-time application with Wowza ?

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    Default How to get a real-time application with Wowza ?

    Hi,

    I'm working on an online game which require to display a live video in a flash module.
    On my local test, I can achieve a latency of 1.5 secondes.

    I'm using Wirecast and many flash clients which connect to the RTMP stream. I don't know if Wowza has an influence on the latency (There is no conversion, the processor is almost idle on Wowza server)?

    But if Wowza can influence the latency, can I ask Wowza to drop some frame if there is too much latency ?
    How can I achieve a real-time streaming (Let say no more than 3 secondes latency) ?


    Thanks,
    Julien Rousselle

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    Have a look at this article:
    How to achieve the lowest latency from capture to playback

    Salvadore

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    Quote Originally Posted by salvadore View Post
    Have a look at this article:
    How to achieve the lowest latency from capture to playback

    Salvadore
    Thanks for response.
    I've already took a look at this. I've got a really low latency. But I want to be sure that this latency will be stable, and won't grow with time.

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