Using H264 Settings for Live Video in Flash

Graeme Bull authored this on Jan 09, 2013

In this tutorial we talk about using H264 video encoding for live video in Flash and why you would want to use it. By profiling the bandwidth being used in the application, we can see the change in usage and how that translates into a better experience and potentially saved costs in bandwidth on the server.

Tags for this tutorial: Wowza Media Server, Streaming, Flash Media Server, Actionscript 3, Camera, Flex, Video

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