Sorry if my question is too basic, I’m a newbie in streaming and a bit confused.
The company I work have some products related to audio and video (analogic) for meetings, and we would like to provide services for streaming the meetings, and record the meetings in order to let our customers to watch the videos. So I’m trying Kaltura to check if it meets our needs.
To do it, on my Windows machine I installed Centos 6.6 in VMWare, and installed following the guide: https://github.com/kaltura/platform-install-packages/blob/master/doc/install-kaltura-redhat-based.md
using the No-SSL part. Everything went fine, from my Windows machine I could log in, created a publisher and upload some video files, played them and embbeded in a simple web page, the solution is just perfect.
Then I tried to create a live streaming. To do it, I attached a video capture device to the USB port (a Dazzle device), and installed Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder. On it, it displayed the imagem from the camera, just fine. In Kaltura, I created a Live Stream Entry. Following the KMC user manual, I copied the links for rtmp:// and pasted it to FMLE, changing the @PRIMARY_MEDIA_SERVER_HOST@ part of the link the CentOS machine IP, but FMLE got me the error of failed to connect.
Am I doing something wrong? The setup I made is enough to stream video, or I need something else installed/configured?
Thank you in advance for any help