This is part 2 of our 3 part series on recording high quality Flash video over slow connections. As explained in the first part, a big buffer should be used in the recorder flash app so that the video and audio data has where to wait before its turn comes to travel to the media server. When the user stops the recording (by pressing a STOP button for example) most probably there still is some audio & video data in the buffer, data that has not been sent yet to the media server. Part 2: wait for the audio and video data to reach the media server before we display any SUCCESS message to the user Otherwise you will most[…]

This post is the first part out of a 3 part series on how to record high quality flash video over the Internet. We’ve learned a lot while doing video recorders for our clients and while developing the AVRecorder bundle and we would like to share some of that knowledge with the community! At the end of this 3 part series you will be able to record DVD like videos over the Internet using a simple audio video recorder made in Flash or Flex Builder (as2 or as3). So, Part 1: In the client swf application use a big buffer on the outgoing stream. All flash video recording applications are made out of 2 parts: the client side application, (a[…]