glenrocks wrote:Ahh..thanks Sharkhunter! Appreciate your quick release of new version! Works well so far!
Btw, do check your PM too as I responded to your earlier Q.
PS3 Media Server was universal all along as such..but its good to see how UMS will evolve..hopefully biggest thing would be able to run thru live or known timeperiod streams like Playon Media Server or be even versatile as XBMC handlings.
rtmpdump --rtmp "rtmpt://vrt.live.flash.streampower.be/sporza" --playpath "vrt_sporza.net" --swfVfy "http://www.sporza.be/html/flash/common/streamsense_jwp-v1.swf" --live -o stream1.flv
rtmpdump -r "rtmpt://vrt.live.flash.streampower.be/sporza" -y "vrt_sporza.net" -W "http://www.sporza.be/html/flash/common/streamsense_jwp-v1.swf" -v
I have searched high and low on this forum for this information but I cannot find it.
Im trying to install the channel plugin and I have gotten to the step where you "reopen PMS and click the General Configuration tab. In the bottom there will be a button labeled Channels. Set the RTMPDump path to where you put RTMPDump."
My issue is when I click on Channels there is no option for me to set where I have my RTMPDump file.
I am going by the instructions found here: https://github.com/SharkHunter/Channel/ ... stallation
Where is this option exactly? Is is a different name or am I looking in the incorrect spot?
Thanks for any replies.
Intel i5 M430 2.27 GHz, 4GB, Windows 7 x64 PMS Version 1.53.0
PS3 with default renderer profile
DSL Modem --> Linksys WRT54G2 Router --> Wifi G --> PC -->Wifi G --> PS3
When using SharkHunter's Channel plugin, streams return a data corrupted error. The initial logs mentioned that ffmpeg has returned a code 1. I have forced rtmpdump in the PMS.conf and entered the path as well. I also updated ffmpeg to a build containing librtmp support with no luck.
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