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    Question live audio and video streaming

    I was just wondering if someone can help me with this problem i'm having. I want to know if flash is capable of live video and audio streaming. I am trying to develop a website that I can have two people streaming video and audio one after another and it is able to be viewed by spectators. If you need more information on this project I will post more on request. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    matthew thomas

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    This is possible. Simple google search can point you to many tutorials regarding your requirement!
    As ever,
    Vinayak Kadam

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    I have searched a bit i must not be using the correct key words. Do you know of any links?
    matthew thomas

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    Live streaming requires a streaming server, like Flash Media Server:
    http://www.adobe.com/products/flash-...er-family.html
    Red5:
    http://www.red5.org/
    or Wowza:
    http://www.wowza.com/
    Flash can then play a part in the process.
    Yes, live streaming is expensive... that's why you don't see it on every site.
    There are also some sites like Ustream and JustinTV that are cheap or free:
    http://www.ustream.tv/
    http://www.justin.tv/
    To learn more about Live streaming, get a free account on one of those and practice a little as you research and learn more.
    FMS offers a free "Developers Version" that you could install on your local machine and practice with that also.
    Best of luck!
    Video Man

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    thanks for you help video man. I did a bit more research and found out how to actually get a video stream up and running with flash. The problem now is how would i be able to get another person on a different computer to see my video being streamed. I'm able to see it and it works like a charm.
    matthew thomas

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