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Thread: Restricting live video stream only for certain hours of the day/night.

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    Default Restricting live video stream only for certain hours of the day/night.


    I've started using Wowza recently and so far its working great.

    I want to implement a live video stream (from IP camera) which will be available only at certain hours of the day/night.
    For example: only between 9AM-11AM and 2PM-4PM and rest of the time to be unavailable.
    In the same time the stream should be available 24/7 on a different address stream.

    Currently I've managed to configure the stream (RTMP source) as live application and its working great.

    Anybody done this before, and if yes, can I have some howto please?

    Thank you.

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    Hello there and welcome to the Wowza support forum.

    You can use this module to duplicate the stream to another application instance (available 24/7):
    How to duplicate streams to another application instance (ModuleDuplicateStreams)

    And you can override play to control access to the other stream, based on some criteria you want to set:
    How to override play to control access

    If you need help with this, or want a different solution, you can post a request to the find a consultant forum.



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