5th of June 2013 update: Build 567 of HDFVR ships with the .NET files included. This article will show you how to run HDFVR on .NET web servers. The last stable build of HDFVR, 505,  ships with only PHP and classic ASP support.  In the next build we will add .NET support, but until then you can use the following guide to run HDFVR on .NET web servers. Here’s the archive with all the .NET files needed :.NET HDFVR files Installation tutorial: Download the archive with all the .NET files Copy all the files from the archive to the root folder of HDFVR on your webserver Open the “VideoRecorder.html” file from your HDFVR root folder, in any compatible editor edit[…]

If you are using Wowza Streaming Engine (Wowza 4.0) or newer just follow the steps from the documentation. This article is relevant only for versions of Wowza up to 3.6 Introduction With the launch of Flash Player 11 (4th Ocotober 2011) Adobe introduced the H.264 video codec in Flash Player for video encoding. For those of you who don’t know yet what H.264 is, it is a standard for video compression, and it is currently one of the most commonly used formats for the recording, compression, and distribution of high definition video. The final drafting work on the first version of the standard was completed in May 2003. The  Problems: There are 3 major media servers on the market: FMIS, Red5[…]

Both the HD Flash Video Recorder and the FLV Audio Recorder grab the audio/video data from the webcam/mic, encode it and send it to the media server where it is saved in a .flv file. The folder where the .flv files are crated can be changed on FMIS. To do this you need to : Copy conf_defaultRoot__defaultVHost_Application.xml to applications/hdfvr or to applications/audiorecorder. Edit the newly copied Application.xml with a text editor. Change the value of the <StorageDir></StorageDir> tag (line 191) to the folder where you want the .flv files to be created. Save Application.xml and restart FMIS or reload the application using the FMIS Management Console.