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Red5 is an Open Source Flash Server written in Java that supports: - Streaming Audio/Video (FLV and MP3) - Recording Client Streams (FLV only) - Shared Objects - Live Stream Publishing - Remoting
FlowPlayer is a video player for Flash Video in FLV format. It provides an easy way to embed video in Web sites. Unlike typical FLV player this one has lots of features and very flexible and powerful configuration options. It is written in ActionScript 2.0 using Open Source development tools: Eclipse, Ant, mtasc and swfmill.
RTMPy is a Twisted protocol implementing Adobe's Real Time Messaging Protocol, used for full-duplex real-time communication with applications running inside the Flash Player.
Flex/Flash Remoting, Flex Data Services and real-time messaging functionality for the .NET framework Features Flex, Flash Remoting (RPC), Flex AMF Polling Flex Messaging Flex Data Services (partial) Supports AMF0, AMF3 and RTMP, RTMPT protocols Service Browser Template based code generator ... [More]
Plugins for the Flowplayer video player. Plugins can be used to extend the player's behavior add widgets and gadgets and such to be shown in the player canvas connect to different streaming servers and CDNs other kinds of uses that are difficult to guess in advance! Plugins can be positioned ... [More]
This is a python implementation of the Flash RTMP server with minimal support needed for real-time streaming and recording using AMF0. Advanced application service such as shared object or web API are outside the scope. The goal is to use existing protocols and tools such as web servers as much as ... [More]
Demou is an Open Source Flash Media Server And Flash Data Services project , it written in Java that supports: Streaming Audio/Video (FLV and MP3) Recording Client Streams (FLV only) Shared Objects Live Stream Publishing Flash Remoting AMF3 Support(Remoting and RTMP) Demou将在Stream ... [More]
This is the code home of Flowplayer. World's best video player for the Web. See links to the right to find out more.