* Socket policy file server to support new security model, starting with Flash Player 9,0,124,0
* Virtual hosting capabilities (Tomcat only)
* W3C log appender for logback modeled after FMS log events and categories
* Ability to unload a context using the ContextLoader
* RTMPS support (Jira SN-69)
* Set default J2EE servlet container / HTTP server to Tomcat
* Flex based application installer for Red5 web applications
* War auto-deployer service
* Added additional MP3 ID3 data to the onMetaData event
* onImageData and MP3 cover art support
* RTMPProtocolDecoder fixed to support RSO sendMessage (Jira CODECS-9)
* Fixed Tomcat logging problem
* Fixed memory leak in ServiceUtils
* Fixed connection timeout (Jira SN-95 / APPSERVER-274)
* Resolved exception with WarLoaderServlet (Jira APPSERVER-224)
* Resolved log directory issue (Jira APPSERVER-246)
* Resolved ServerStream issue with w3c logging (Jira APPSERVER-263)
* Added patch to support ability to implement IBroadcastStream for custom streaming protocols (Jira SN-87)
* Resolved OSX connection problem with players over version 9,0,115
* Added patch for InvocationTargetException on missing files (Jira SN-99 and SN-97)
* Fixed a small issue with stream ids over 100
* Added patch for FLV metadata handling Read more about: Red5 release 0.8.0 RC1
Currently there are 3 variants of Video servers at the market. Two of them are paid - FMS and Wowza, and one is free open source alternative - RED5 video server.
This RED5 flash server community site is dedicated to RED5 server and to all that can be created on its base.
Here you will find: download files, installation manuals, sample codes.
At the section "Blogs" you can get information or take part in discussions. At the section "Our experts" you can ask your questions at the real time webcam chat. You have the opportunity to test most of RED5 servers functions at this site. For example, webcam and audio/video streaming, clients webcam stream recording, live stream publishing, multi user video chat - you must be logged in as a site member to your account for testing.
If you are the developer, there you can place information about you and your projects. You are welcome to use this RED5 community site.
Red5 is an open sourceFlashserver its an alternate of Flash Communication server. RED5 written in Java and designed from the ground up for serving Flash content. That includes streaming videos (Video on demand) for would-be YouTubes and audio/video webcam streaming, but also (push) support for things like real-time multi player gaming, multi-user video chat, live streaming, and client stream recording. Red5 server is built on Java, current version is 0.7 and you can download it for free.
Red5 streams audio, video and data to and from the flash plugin live and on demand so there is no need to wait for the progressive video to load, as you can experience the freedom of on demand streaming. Connect your webcam, and you can broadcast live or record video right from your browser.
The project aims to build the ideal server platform for media and rich media applications and best of all, its open source. That creates a world of possibilities to change the web for the better. Now anyone can use or extend red5.
With RED5 you can
Red5 is essentially a clone of Adobes Flash Media Server that enables you to stream live audio and video content to and from Flash clients, record media, create shared objects and perform RPC messaging.
- Stream Music Audio (MP3)
- Stream video (FLV)
- Recording Client Streams (FLV only)
- Shared Objects
- Live Stream Publishing
- Remoting (AMF) - Real-time Multi-player gaming
- Multi-user video chat
- Broadcast Live Streams - Live Concerts, Online conferences and meetin Read more about: Open source RED5 flash server
Red5 is the open source option for streaming media to the flash player. Its one of the hottest open source projects out there and the Red5 team will be showing you why. With a presentation built around the more sexy features of Red5, youll see streaming video, video on demand, video broadcasting, multi-user real time applications and a bunch more. If youre an independent film maker or are looking for solutions for distributing your video work, Red5 should be at the top of your list to check out.
The presentation is geared toward a general audience, including both developers and designers, as well as for entertainment industry professionals that want to see what the Red5 server can do for their business.
A general understanding of how Red5 can be used for streaming video, video on demand, video broadcasting, multi-user real time applications and more. Examples and source code will be provided. Read more about: The Revolution Will Be Streamed
* Initial Edge/Origin clustering support for multiple Edges with a single Origin (Jira APPSERVER-66)
* Added stream listeners that can get notified about received packets
* Added new base class org.red5.server.adapter.MultiThreadedApplicationAdapter that allows multiple clients to connect simultaneously to the same application
* Added new Flash Player 9 statuses NetStream.Play.FileStructureInvalid and NetStream.Play.NoSupportedTrackFound
* New Flex admin tool (Jira APPSERVER-242)
* Pause near end of buffered streams works as expected (Jira APPSERVER-199)
* Fixed potential memory leak with RTMPT connections that are not properly closed (Jira APPSERVER-193)
* "onMetaData" is only written to newly recorded FLV files and contains valid properties now
* Don't try to decode objects for closed RTMPT connections (Jira APPSERVER-208)
* New multi-threaded connection code fixes various timeout issues (Jira APPSERVER-122, Jira APPSERVER-166 and Jira APPSERVER-167)
* Always use correct classloader inside applications (Jira APPSERVER-200)
* Tomcat cannot undeploy red5 application (Jira APPSERVER-204)
* "ByteArray" objects used old data after calling "compress" or "uncompress" (Jira APPSERVER-211)
* "@DontSerialize" checks for properties also in inherited classes (Jira APPSERVER-225)
* Enabled bidirectional class serialization (Jira APPSERVER-219)
* Array Read more about: Red5 release 0.7.0