The Streaming Recorder
A full-featured audio recorder that streams to the Red5 server.
This recorder captures user audio, and streams it to a server as it records.
Playback happens in the streaming player, or any player that supports the RTMP protocol.
This recorder is fully functional.
After you save, a link will appear to the player.
- Record, play back audio in the browser window.
- Play audio in a separate player.
Make your own HTML interface.
- Red5 server (A detailed document describing the process of setting up a Red5 server on Amazon's hosting service is available for download here (PDF document).
- Flash player version 11.2 or higher.
- Microphone and speakers.
- License key ($99 from the online store).
- Download the recorder here.
Note that the recorder requires a license key in order to operate fully. (An unlicensed
recorder will play a short "nag message" when playing back. Other than that, the recorder
is fully functional.)
You can buy a license key online for $99.
A single-domain license costs $99. A license key will work with subdomains as well as the top-level domain name.
To purchase a license, go to the online store.
Refer to the documentation included in the download for deployment instructions.
To make modifications to the program, purchase a non-exclusive, non-transferable, perpetual license to the source code for US$199. The source code includes the Java code for the Red5 application, and the Flex code for the recorder and player.
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