So I have been playing with Codiad (open source collaborative editor) where I can get on with a friend and get help while coding and it has a nice little plugin for TogetherJS, but the audio chat (WebRTC) doesn’t work. I have looked all over for a simple audio chat room to just kind of simplify things and can't seem to find any though I have found some really cool other things along the way Then I remembered I have 6 Wowza servers... I went through the sample and can get it to connect to the application, but it doesn't seem to be creating the stream "testing".
Here is the entry from the access log:
2014-04-14 17:09:50 MDT create stream INFO 200 - - _defaultVHost_ videochat _definst_ 0.0 [any] 1935 rtmp://198.xxx.216.116/videochat 67.xxx.219.223 rtmp unknown WIN 12,0,0,77 766965066 1005839 4078 3 0 0 0 - - - - - - rtmp://198.xxx.216.116/videochat rtmp://198.xxx.216.116/videochat - rtmp://198.xxx.216.116/videochat -
And from the error log:
WARN server comment 2014-04-14 17:01:24 - - - - - 3403092.031 - - - - - - - - REST API: Server request (GET): Resource not found-404: http://localhost:8087/v1/server/vhosts/_defaultVHost_/applications/videochat
WARN server comment 2014-04-14 17:01:25 - - - - - 3403092.505 - - - - - - - - REST API: Server request (GET): Resource not found-404: http://localhost:8087/v1/server/vhosts/_defaultVHost_/applications/videochat
WARN server comment 2014-04-14 17:04:03 - - - - - 3403250.099 - - - - - - - - LiveReceiver.flushPacketizerDelayCommand[videochat/_definst_/]: Stream name is missing for too long, flushing delayed packet.
Can someone point me in the right direction, I have spent most of the day on this playing with Mumble/Mumur, Big Blue Button, TogetherJS and more and it seems like it should be easy, but haven't gotten it yet.