Overview

The Red5 Pro Server allows you to build scalable Live Streaming and Second Screen applications.

Built on the Open Source Red5 Server, the Red5 Pro Server is a standalone server distribution that provides all the possibilities from Red5 with the addition of custom Streaming and Second Screen plugins.

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Quick Server Setup

After downloading the latest Red5 Pro Server, unzip the distribution into a directory that fits your development requirements.

For example, we have unzipped the distribution in the following locations:

  • On OSX: /Users/username/red5pro-server
  • On Windows: C:/red5pro-server
  • On Linux: /home/username/red5pro-server

Note: You need to have Java and some other plugins, depending on the platform, in order to run Red5 Pro. See Software Dependencies - Ubuntu, Software Dependencies - Centos, or Software Dependencies - Windows.


To start the Red5 Pro server, change the directory to the unzipped location (e.g. /Users/username/red5pro-server on OSX or /home/username/red5pro-server on Linux) and do the following:

  • On OSX and Linux, open terminal and issue: $ ./red5.sh
  • On Windows, double click the red5.bat file

You should notice some output being printed to the terminal/console regarding the startup of Red5 and plugin registry.

Once the console stops printing information, open your favorite browser and navigate to http://localhost:5080. If all goes well your should see the client-side pages that will help walk you through exploring Live Streaming and Second Screen with the default applications provided in the Red5 Pro Server distribution.


Additional Documentation

> Set Up Red5 Pro Server

> Installing Red5 Pro Server on Linux

> Installing Red5 Pro on Windows

> Upgrading Red5 Pro Server

> Running Red5 Pro With SSL

> Java Servers Overview

> Creating Your First Red5 Server Application

> Setting Up Eclipse for Red5 Pro Development


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