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    Default Live video playback problems.

    Hello you guys on the hello world


    Somebody help me please.

    I have a strange problem for live stream playback player.
    The player is built by Flex 4.5 and OSMF 2.0.

    It is always recieving broken video frames like this :



    Belows are my encoding configurations :

    Video Codec : Extreme H.264 Baseline profile 3.1 ( High Quality)
    Bitrate : 1800 kbps
    Resolution : 960x540
    Key frame period : 2sec
    Framerate : desired max
    Target : Wowza Streaming Engine


    I though above configurations are normally and very standard for live streaming.

    Or else, they are pretending to normally configurations??




    I'm waiting for your answer.
    Last edited by soccerjung; 03-05-2014 at 06:52 PM.

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    This sounds like an available bandwidth vs bitrate issue. You might try lowering the bitrate of the stream and see if that clears this up.
    You can also test playback locally with the Flash RTMP example player that ships with Wowza to eliminate the bandwidth limitation. [install-dir]/examples/LiveVideoStreaming/FlashRTMPPlayer/player.html

    Salvadore

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    Thanks Salvadore.

    I should try it soon.

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    In Chrome Browser, there are two choices for flash Player as NPAPI, PPAPI.

    as NPAPI : Everything is NOT OK like above.
    as PPAPI : Everything is exactly OK

    NPAPI is going to be disabled by Google Chrome in the first half of 2015.

    But this is 2014...


    How can I do to address this problem....

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