Often we get the question, "What skills do you need to use Red5 Pro?" Which leads to the circular, and not terribly useful answer, "That depends on what you want to do." The reason for this is simple: we designed Red5 Pro for developers. As such, it can support a diverse range of custom features and standard implementations. A variety of use cases will logically require a variety of skillsets. Thus, the difficulty of giving a definitive answer. In short, you need development skills to, well, develop Red5 Pro. Most importantly, you do not need to have any previous live…

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Low-latency? - Check. Autoscaling? - Yup. RTMP support? - Of course. WebRTC? - You betcha. Mobile SDK? - Heck yes. Those are just a sampling of the many requested features supported by Red5 Pro. Due to Wowza's name brand recognition, we are occasionally asked how we compare to them. With that in mind, we compiled a list of Wowza's features as well: RTMP support I guess "feature" is more accurate. Now, I know what you're thinking; "Well there must be something else Wowza can do." So, in the interest of transparency, here's a breakdown of how Red5 Pro compares to…

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Always striving to improve documentation, Red5 Pro has added a new Developer Guides category to their docs section. For the first installment, we have detailed our server-side APIs. Specifically, they cover scopes, streams, state management and plugin development. By following these manuals, you can leverage the powerful API tools of Red5 Pro to build your application to fit the various specs of your use-case. To check out our new information, please follow this link. Don't forget to keep an eye out for more Developer Guides in the future. If you have any questions, please contact the Red5 Pro support team.…

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It's been said that change is inevitable, and that time shapes all things. Red5 Pro has not been immune to the formative power of change. In fact, we've made our live-streams better, faster, stronger (cue Daft Punk). With the release of version 3.0, we optimized WebRTC to be more robust and secure. With these improvements came changes in our pricing structure. We decided that we needed more options so developers can find a package that fits their use case. Here's a brief explanation of those expanded plans. When you sign up, you can start with our 30 Day Free…

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