[Freeswitch-users] Best way to stream record session?

Stephen Dame sdame at 207me.com
Thu Aug 30 16:10:34 MSD 2012

Mod_shout  configured  to an icecast server works well for this.   The wiki
has examples.

The latest freeswitch cookbook, also has section on telecast? Where you
access call from http served directly from freeswitch.  Not sure how this
scales if you have bunch of listeners.


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Subject: [Freeswitch-users] Best way to stream record session?

Hi all,

	I want to record and stream a (bridged) call to a non-channel
endpoint. Sorta like mod_spy, but targeting a TCP or UDP connection or even
a one-way RTP stream. What's the best way to approach this? What about using
normal session record to a file, then "streaming" that file from an external
program? Is FS guaranteed to write to the wav file regularly (like every
second or so) in a manner that another program can keep reading? Or should I
specify a file like "/dev/udp/"?

	End goal is to have a separate machine that can provide a service
like Internet radio and have it tap into live calls.


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