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Trying to use JWplayer, RTMP and Google Glass with Wowza

Hello everybody !

I'm trying the opensource framework to stream using Google Glass,

The framework seems to use :
RTMP protocol
mp4a-latm audio encoder
H.264 Advanced Video Coding video encoder
3 seconds between I-frames
Video Resolution 320 * 240
Video Bitrate 300 * 1000
Audio Bitrate 192 * 1000

When I stream to wowza, in the monitoring part I see packets arriving, so far so good.
When I open the RTMP stream on VLC, I can see the stream video/audio but there are a 5 seconds delays.

I need to have less than 2 seconds delay, so I have checked on internet and it seems that in order to reduce this delay I should use a flash player and reduce the buffer size.

So I thought about JW player .

My current problem is that I cant see my stream on jw player, it doesnt seem to work.

I have the message "live broadcast" but I have a black screen... ad nothing happen

What is weird is that it works on VLC..

Could help me ?

Thank you

1 Community Answers

Ethan Feldman

JW Player Support Agent  
0 rated :

I have tested out the player in Google Glass before, and it definitely works, but not for RTMP. RTMP is a Flash streaming mechanism, and since Google Glass runs a custom Android browser, I doubt it will ever be supported.

If you mean you wish to use Google Glass to actually stream the video out over RTMP, I guess I am going to need to see a link to your player embed so I can debug why it isn’t working.

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