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    Default WebRTC support

    We are implementing one-to-many WebRTC broadcasting via Wowza Media Server.
    One RTMP stream can be published to Wowza Media Server and available across multiple WebRTC endpoints and Wowza endpoints.
    Please see the following scheme below.

    The coding part is already done and we plan to release the feature at May 2014.
    Please leave your feedback here if you have any other requirements related Wowza and WebRTC support.


    Read lines - RTP or SRTP media streams
    Blue lines - HTML5 Websocket signaling


    flashphoner.com

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    Hi, when in May will this be released? May will be over before we know it.

    thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hpotter View Post
    Hi, when in May will this be released? May will be over before we know it.

    thanks.
    Hello, we did not get enough feedback here and it seems the feature is not needed.
    We implemented audio and signaling path Wowza > WebRTC and paused this work awaiting other feedback and votes for this feature.
    We plan to continue this work once we receive enough votes/requests in our support or here.

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    +1 vote. You are more likely to get feedback and requirements once you release a beta for prototyping.

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    Hi there,

    Finally we have implemented this case.

    Checkout the new scheme:



    We just fetch the stream from Wowza by RTSP and deliver it to WebRTC browsers.
    So, you just need a pure Wowza server, no additional connectors.

    Here you can read review - how to fetch RTSP stream and share the stream through WebRTC

    Here is the: webrtc demo how it works

    Last edited by Flashphoner; 06-26-2014 at 11:52 PM.

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    Your demo has timelags (my internet connection is 100mbps), the video stream freezes from time to time. It is annoying. What package of flashphoner and for what price would you suggest me to purchase to not see such timelags in my broadcast? (I'm going to broadcasrt livecam, 500-1000 simultaneous connections are possible).

    Thank you.

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    Hello,

    is there any possibility to convert WebRTC stream to RTMP?

    Thanks.

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    Hi,

    The feature is not supported in the current build, however we can implement it on demand.
    Please contact support team if you need this feature in your project.

    Here is the scheme with reverse path: WebRTC - RTMP, where Flashphoner server works as RTSP server:
    Last edited by Flashphoner; 08-05-2014 at 08:31 PM.

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    +1

    When will it be released?
    Basically it will be possible to restream from rtsp to webrtc using wowza?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bynetsoft View Post
    +1

    When will it be released?
    Basically it will be possible to restream from rtsp to webrtc using wowza?
    RTSP/RTP re-streaming is already supported.
    See our previous reply from 06-26-2014.
    You can get an existing RTSP/RTP stream from Wowza (having RTMP source or a file source) and deliver the stream via WebRTC.

    Reverse path is not implemented.

    So, still have 1 vote

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