The Real-Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP) is a streaming technology created for high-performance live transmission of audio and video media files over the Internet. Developed by Macromedia in 2002, which was subsequently acquired by Adobe, RTMP was created to enable the transfer of multimedia files utilizing Adobe’s Flash-based platform. However, as support for HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) gains traction, many Content Delivery Network (CDN) providers no longer offer direct support for RTMP streaming which may impact producers who require low [...]
Net neutrality is the principle that all web traffic is treated equally. The current debate around the issue is focused on keeping major internet service providers (ISPs) from becoming content gatekeepers by favoring their own services while throttling the traffic of others.
While content providers such as Google, Facebook, Netflix and Amazon appear to be on the side of the consumer, they already favor their content through the use of content delivery networks (CDNs). This complicates the net neutrality [...]
In the following we will publish a live event stream on Facebook.
A video device (camera) and an audio device (microphone) connected with the Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder (referred here as FMLE) or alternatively with the Wirecast, the Open broadcaster or the FFmpeg.
The CDNsun account (the most important ;))
Go to Services → New Service → Live.
Pick a CDN Service Domain. Please note that it can be any valid domain name. We have picked facebook-test.cdnsun.com.
Select Internal from the Publishing Point [...]