Stream quality filtering
  • 28 Feb 2022
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Stream quality filtering

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Quality filter feature is implemented in order to filter the streams sent to the server. If the stream does not meet the qualifications, it won't be published. This is usually used when users want to set some sort of quality standard or eliminate streams that may impact the server.

Let's see how quality filtering can be setup:

  • Open the file {AMS-DIR} / webapps / {APPLICATION} / WEB-INF / red5-web.properties
  • Adding all of the commands below is not mandatory. Just add which criteria you want to filter.
    • settings.maxFpsAccept={value}
    • settings.maxResolutionAccept={value}
    • settings.maxBitrateAccept={value}
  • You can add multiple criteria.

Assume that you set settings.maxFpsAccept=15, streams that have higher than 15 fps will be disregarded and won't be published.

 


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