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    Default record livestream that is created and published through IPublishingProvider

    I followed this link to publish live stream(mystream) and vod stream(mp4:sample.mp4) into a livestream(publishStream) created on server-side and published using IPublishingProvider. My "live" application is using stream-type of "live-record", as IPublishingProvider is using "live" app to stream "publishstream", i expected publishstream to be recorded. But it's not recording the "publishstream".

    Is the stream published through IPublishingProvider, can't be recorded? If a want to record that stream, what are my options?

    It seems i need to post queries under correct forums for faster reply. So i moved my post to here

    Krishna
    Last edited by evkrishna; 03-12-2014 at 10:06 PM. Reason: faster reply

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    At present, in my tests, recording a server-side stream with StreamType "live-record" does not work. The alternative is to use Live Stream Record. You can setup Live Stream Record so that it records the whole stream in the same way that setting the StreamType to "live-record" does by following this guide.

    Richard

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    Hi Richard,
    Thanx for answering, intially i started this thread and later found that it's inappropriate in general-forum so i moved this to here. Pls ignore this thread and answer me there.

    Krishna

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