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Real Time Messaging Protocol is a proprietary protocol created by [[Macromedia]] used for accessing streaming multimedia and for elementary remote function calls.
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Real_Time_Messaging_Protocol Real Time Messaging Protocol] is a proprietary protocol created by [[Macromedia]] used for accessing streaming multimedia and for elementary remote function calls.
 
*Description: http://rtmpy.org/wiki/RTMP
*Server: http://www.osflash.org/rtmp_os
*Server: http://osflash.org/red5
*Server: http://www.rtmpd.com/
*Server: http://code.google.com/p/rubyizumi/
*Client: http://swfdec.freedesktop.org/
*RTMPdump - http://linuxcentre.net/getiplayer/download/
*Videolan - http://www.videolan.org


Variations
Variations
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# RTMPS (RTMP Secure) uses port 443 (protocol is encapsulated by HTTPS).
# RTMPS (RTMP Secure) uses port 443 (protocol is encapsulated by HTTPS).


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Real_Time_Messaging_Protocol
Mostly used for streaming [[Flash Video]].
 
Mostly used for streaming [[Flash Video]]. Example:
 
rtmp://fcs.fox.speedera.net/vod/fcs.fox/simpsons/sexy_video.flv
 
An open source RTMP implementation:
 
http://www.osflash.org/rtmp_os
 
A description of the protocol
 
http://rtmpy.org/wiki/RTMP
 
Open source java implementation
 
http://osflash.org/red5


[[Category:Networking Protocols]]
[[Category:Networking Protocols]]

Revision as of 06:44, 21 March 2009

Real Time Messaging Protocol is a proprietary protocol created by Macromedia used for accessing streaming multimedia and for elementary remote function calls.

Variations

  1. RTMP uses port 1935.
  2. RTMPT (RTMP Tunnelled) uses port 80 (protocol is encapsulated by HTTP).
  3. RTMPS (RTMP Secure) uses port 443 (protocol is encapsulated by HTTPS).

Mostly used for streaming Flash Video.