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daddou-dhia
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A tunsian men interested by roku

Tue Jun 01, 2010 11:55 am

hi
am a developper interested by roku and i want to develop my own web streaming server for this set top box .
i want to know if server red5 with the prtotocol rstp is supported by roku else what's the protocol which can be used except hls ?,what's server open source on linux who can offer the hls technology, is the seveur must generate the xml files dynamically ?,is roku can recuperate the xml file ?

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RokuKevin
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Re: A tunsian men interested by roku

Tue Jun 08, 2010 3:54 pm

The Roku box does not support rtsp. The box does support HLS and regular progressive download of h264 encoded mpeg4 files. Apache (or any web server that supports range requests) can server up the progressive download of mpeg4 files. It can also host HLS content, but you would need to add segmenting to your encoding process for HLS content.

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Re: A tunsian men interested by roku

Thu Jun 17, 2010 7:10 am

thank you very much ,i buyed two roku just for developing i want to now its possible to add pakage or developing another api ? what's the i/o to interfacing (for exemple serial port for dreambox).
 
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Re: A tunsian men interested by roku

Tue Jun 22, 2010 1:20 pm

The BrightScript interface is the only way to develop apps. Once the box is in developer mode (check the docs) You will telnet to port 8085. There is no need for any other I/O interfacing like serial port, etc...

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