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    Can Wowza 4 stream from Flash to iPhone?

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    Hi there.
    iPhone requires H264 video and AAC or MP3 audio. Flash defaults are usually set up to output Sorenson Spark video and Nellymoser or Speex audio.
    The Flash defaults only work for delivery to Flash clients, you will need to run the stream through the Wowza Transcoder for delivery to iOS devices.

    Please take a look at these guides to set up your Flash app for Transcoding:
    How to convert Flash Player 11 output from H.264 + Speex audio to H.264 + AAC audio using Wowza Transcoder AddOn
    How to set up a Flash application to publish H.264 video and Speex audio to Wowza Transcoder AddOn

    Salvadore

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    ) thanks.
    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....age=2#comments

    video work fine!
    but no audio

    WARN	server	comment	2014-05-09	09:36:09	-	-	-	-	-	18.049	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	CupertinoPacketHandler.handleHolder[live/_definst_/stream1111]: Invalid video/audio codec combination for iPhone/iPod: video:H264 audio:SPEEX
    WARN	server	comment	2014-05-09	09:36:09	-	-	-	-	-	18.051	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	CupertinoPacketHandler.handleHolder[live/_definst_/stream1111]: Invalid audio codec for iPhone/iPod:SPEEX
    Last edited by pidboretskyy; 05-09-2014 at 12:45 AM.

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    Hi,
    According to th log messages, the audio codec is speex:

    Invalid audio codec for iPhone/iPod:SPEEX

    You'll need to transcode the audio so it can be played on mobile devices, such as iPhone an Android.
    Salvadore pointed to this article that you should to follow to ensure the audio is converted so it is playable.

    Daren

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    Quote Originally Posted by daren_j View Post
    Hi,
    According to th log messages, the audio codec is speex:

    Invalid audio codec for iPhone/iPod:SPEEX

    You'll need to transcode the audio so it can be played on mobile devices, such as iPhone an Android.
    Salvadore pointed to this article that you should to follow to ensure the audio is converted so it is playable.

    Daren
    i did all steps
    +
    Transcoder: Enabled see applications
    added
    <LiveStreamTranscoder>transcoder</LiveStreamTranscoder>
    added
    <Templates>audioonly.xml</Templates>
    added new template audioonly.xml

    but not work

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    Hi,
    The access log should show that a new stream named 'stream1111_acc' is created.
    That is the stream with the aac audio. Did you try to play that stream?

    This is the playback URL to use for iOS:
    http://[wowza-address]:1935/live/stream1111_acc/playlist.m3u8
    Daren

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    thank you. work!

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