What do Lumberjacks and developers have in common? Why, logging, of course. Now the logs referred to in this post deal primarily with the computer type, no chainsaw required (depending upon your levels of frustration). In our most recent addition to the Red5 Pro Developer Series, CTO Dominick Accattato covers how to enable logging and view the log file. You can find the video below, or follow along with our documentation. If you run into any technical issues, please submit a ticket to our support desk. If you are curious about Red5 Pro's other features, please set-up a call with…

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Fake users are bad. At the best they produce spam, but at the worst, they can be a security threat. You don't want someone else jumping onto your platform and pretending to be you. Remember what happened the last time you forgot to log out of Facebook when you borrowed your friend's computer? Well, let's just say that your mother is still concerned that you've decided to quit your job and become a professional snake charmer. That's why Red5 Pro developed the Simple Authentication plugin. By necessity, security requirements can have a built in level of complexity to them. We…

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Live-streaming is hard. If only someone could walk you through setting everything up and guiding you through the requirements. Perhaps there's a video tutorial, or even better, a video tutorial with corresponding documentation. Luckily, Red5 Pro has you covered. Announcing the Red5 Pro Developer Series. We've already published some video guides, but now we've added documentation to lead you through the process and provide a little more information about how all the pieces fit together. So go ahead and check it out. Of course, if you get stuck at any point you can always contact our Support Team or set-up…

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iOS Video Tutorial

Last week we announced the production of a new series of video tutorials designed to guide you through various features of Red5 Pro. As such, we have just released a new iOS video; Getting Started with iOS. It covers the implementation of our streaming-iOS example. Please take a look and let us know what you think! Of course, if you have any technical issues, please get in touch with support.…

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It's estimated that about 65% of the general population are visual learners. In a visual learner's brain, words are converted into pictures (the opposite is true for auditory learners). With this in mind, we are excited to introduce an ongoing series of video tutorials! These guides, along with all our documentation, will demonstrate a variety of features and help you get Red5 Pro up and running. Below are the first two videos, but be on the lookout for more topics such as iOS and Android Custom Applications. I will let our CTO, Dominick Accattato, take it from here: Getting Started…

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Interested in getting up and running with our client-side SDKs? Our CTO Dominick Accattato just finished a great video tutorial on how to set up iOS streaming with the Red5 Pro server in six easy steps, all within a matter of minutes. In this example Dominick demonstrates how to stream from iOS to the web and then from the web back down to iOS. Was this video useful? We’d love to hear your feedback on how we can continue to enhance our user support!…

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