By default, all Red5 Pro recorded streams produce FLVs and HLS files.
The HLS recordings create, in
streamname.m3u8 file and a number of
streamname_#.ts files. In addition, if you are copying up to a storage bucket, then in the
live directory, there will be a
streamname sub-directory which contains the
If you are using Amazon S3 Cloud storage, you can subscribe directly to the URL of the
m3u8 file with Safari browser or with a tool like VLC.
To list the HLS recordings on the
playback.jsp page of the server distribution, append the URL with
(feature available with Red5 Pro server release 5.6.0)
Append recording for HLS is achieved with post-processing, using the
ffmpeg. If you wish to use the
append record type with HLS recordings, you will need to configure the following:
hlsconfig.xml, set the post processor mode to
<property name="postProcessMode" value="1"/>
- Configure the
OrientationPostProcessorper the NOTE: this requires that you install
ffmpeg, minimum version 3.x. You will also need to modify the
The above configurations and post-processing are also necessary if you want HLS recordings of a mobile application (with Red5 Pro Mobile SDK) using rotation during the broadcast.