I've googled to the end of the earth to find the right solution for this without leading to confusion and its to do with security and hotlinking. We have been plagued with people hotlinking without even a mention or credit on their side so we implemented the security addon.
Our current live video setup is FMLE -> Wowza 1.7 -> Flowplayer on a webpage
We currently have an RTSP setup with domain lock and hotlinking protection for flowplayer and it works perfectly however it limits us to only flash and cannot use iPad/iOS devices etc.. as its RTSP and flash
We are looking at upgrading to 3.6 and utilising HTML5 however we have a few concerns about security. If we go down the HTML5 method that link will be in the source of the page in plain sight and everyone can hotlink it. We dont need encryption of the stream we just want people to use it from our site only. We are a not for profit organisation and Im a volunteer so my time is limited and I wanted to get this right first time.
Is there a method of restricting the video stream so only people who visit our webpage can see the link and protect it. It is an open webpage to the public. I was looking at http://blog.wmspanel.com/2012/05/pro...ishing-re.html however it appears to be only for RTSP..?
Could anyone suggest a proper method of protecting html5 live video links?