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Troubleshooting techniques for mpegts streams

Troubleshooting techniques for mpegts streams:

A small list of things to try upon a troublesome inbound mpegts stream.

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Shutting down an RTMP Publisher

Shutting down an RTMP Publisher:

This article will describe a good way to shut down a RTMP publisher from a Wowza module.

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Property debugVideoH264NALUnits logs mismatch in lengths

Property debugVideoH264NALUnits logs mismatch in lengths:

Add this property to discover if NAL unit lengths do not match frame lengths.

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Property dvrMaximumRecordingLength to extend nDVR window beyond 30 hours

Property dvrMaximumRecordingLength to extend nDVR window beyond 30 hours:

Property to extend nDVR window beyond 30 hours

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Property cupertinoPlaylistProgramId add program-id back to the playlist

Property cupertinoPlaylistProgramId add program-id back to the playlist:

Some clients require the PROGRAM-ID to be in the playlist generated by Wowza.

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onHTTPStreamerRequest new API event

onHTTPStreamerRequest new API event:

There are a few new API additions as per Wowza 4.1 that can be handled within a Module.

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Detecting Adaptive Bitrate switches in Wowza

Detecting Adaptive Bitrate switches in Wowza:

You can leverage some 4.1.x + API functions to detect bitrate switches on the Wowza side.

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Push Publish property ConnectTimeout

Push Publish property ConnectTimeout:

You can add a ConnectionTimeout property to rtmp profiles by specifying it within the PushPublishMap.txt file

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Programmatically create a new log4j appender within Wowza

Programmatically create a new log4j appender within Wowza:

You can specify a specific log file per application dynamically by creating the relevant appender as-needed.

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Curl commands to start, stop, and reset mediacaster streams

Curl commands to start, stop, and reset mediacaster streams:

Here are some useful curl commands you can leverage to start, stop, and reset mediacaster streams.

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