I've tested and tested and am good to go with my project (Wowza is awesome!) except for one thing.
I need to set up several Wowza trancoders to take input from several cams in the field and it's great that those cams can RTMP or RTSP to a static transcoder so they do not have to be re-programmed to a different target on each deployment. This is terrific!
What I lack at this point is the ability to ingest the output from these Wowza cam livestreams into our virtual control room such as OBS Studio or LIVE2Air - both prefer RTSP and both are awkward/impossible with RTMP. Besides, I want to hook the ingest for these 'control room apps' to a single static cloud server as opposed to have to re-program them to a local wireless network every time they travel, too. I'd much prefer an RTSP from Wowza, but could also make do with an intermediary cloud server that could serve as an RTMP target then just turn that stream around as an RTSP stream (for at least 4 different camz). I'd prefer NOT to have to set up my own server to do this...
Once I have the final stream I want, I'm already sending it successfully to uStream, Youtube and Facebook. This is my final hurdle to get me to the app suite I want to deploy. Great job Wowza!
Anybody have any suggestions that I could make work?