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Chapter 1: Getting started building applications
Parts of a media application
Set up a development environment
Example: Hello World application
Creating an application
Using a pre-built media player
Test an application
Deploy an application
Streaming live media
Streaming on-demand media
Creating clients for signed streaming services
Signed streaming services API
Streaming media over HTTP
“Example: Live HTTP Dynamic Streaming” on page24
Publish a stream to the Live Packager and associate the stream with a live event
Using the multicast service
About the multicast service
Chapter 3: Developing streaming media applications
Connecting to the server
Managing connections
Streaming media files
Checking video files
Handling errors
Working with playlists
Dynamic streaming
Reconnecting streams when a connection drops
Fast switching between streams
Smart Seeking
Detecting bandwidth
Detecting stream length
About detecting stream length
Chapter 4: Working with live video
Capturing live video
Adding DVR features to live video
Adding metadata to a live stream
Capturing timecode sent from Flash Media Live Encoder
Publishing live video in RAW file format
Publishing from server to server
Chapter 5: Building peer-assisted networking applications
Real-Time Media Flow Protocol (RTMFP)
RTMFP groups
Multicasting
Post messages to a group
Route messages directly to a peer
Replicate an object within a group
Additional ActionScript APIs to support peer-assisted networking
Example: P2P video and text chat
Tips for developing peer-assisted networking applications
Chapter 6: Developing social applications
About social applications
About shared objects
Remote shared objects
SharedBall example
Broadcast messages to many users
Chapter 7: Securing applications
Allow or deny access to assets
Authenticate clients
Authenticate users
Chapter 8: Developing Plug-ins
What’s new with plug-ins in Flash Media Server 4.0
Versioning, upgrading, and server editions
Working with plug-ins
See “Sample files” on page141
General development tasks
Developing an Access plug-in
Developing an Authorization plug-in
Developing a File plug-in
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Flash Media Server 4.0 Dev Guide

Flash Media Server 4.0 Dev Guide

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