rtmplite is a free and open-souce Python implementation of the Flash RTMP server with minimal support needed for real-time streaming and recording using AMF0.
In addition, rtmplite includes an RTMP client and a SIP-RTMP gateway.
However, rtmplite does not aim to become an advanced application service such as shared object or web API. The goal is to use existing protocols and tools such as web servers as much as possible (API, progressive download).
rtmplite only uses the RTMP server when one needs to interoperate with Flash Player. Another objective is to keep the size small so that one can use it locally on a client machine instead of hosting on a remote server.
Detailed instructions on how to install and use the rtmplite utility on your Mac are available HERE.
rtmplite is cross-platform and it works on Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.
· Python 2.5 or later
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Minor but crucial fix in siprtmp.py on top of 9.0.
· Several new features and bug fixes. Includes SVN commits r120 to r164. Compatibility with p2p-sip 2.2.