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RTMPGW(8)		    System Manager's Manual		     RTMPGW(8)

NAME
       rtmpgw -	RTMP streaming media gateway

SYNOPSIS
       rtmpgw  [-r url]	 [-n hostname]	[-c port] [-l protocol]	[-S host:port]
       [-a app]	[-t tcUrl] [-p pageUrl]	 [-s swfUrl]  [-f flashVer]  [-u auth]
       [-C conndata]   [-y playpath]  [-v]  [-d	subscription]  [-e]  [-k skip]
       [-A start]  [-B stop]  [-b buffer]  [-m timeout]	  [-T key]   [-j JSON]
       [-w swfHash]    [-x swfSize]   [-W swfUrl]   [-X	swfAge]	  [-D address]
       [-g port] [-q] [-V] [-z]
       rtmpgw -h

DESCRIPTION
       rtmpgw is a server for streaming	media content from RTMP	out to HTTP.

       rtmpgw listens for HTTP requests	that specify  RTMP  stream  parameters
       and  then  returns  the	RTMP data in the HTTP response.	The only valid
       HTTP request is "GET /" but additional options can be provided in  URL-
       encoded	fashion. Options specified on the command line will be used as
       defaults, which can be overridden by options in the HTTP	request.

OPTIONS
   Network Parameters
       These options define how	to connect to the media	server.

       --rtmp	      -r url
	      URL of the server	and media content.

       --host	      -n hostname
	      Overrides	the hostname in	the RTMP URL.

       --port	      -c port
	      Overrides	the port number	in the RTMP URL.

       --protocol     -l number
	      Overrides	the protocol in	the RTMP URL.
		0 = rtmp
		1 = rtmpt
		2 = rtmpe
		3 = rtmpte
		4 = rtmps
		5 = rtmpts

       --socks	      -S host:port
	      Use the specified	SOCKS4 proxy.

   Connection Parameters
       These options define the	content	of the RTMP  Connect  request  packet.
       If  correct  values  are	not provided, the media	server will reject the
       connection attempt.

       --app	      -a app
	      Name of application to connect to	on the RTMP server.  Overrides
	      the  app in the RTMP URL.	Sometimes the rtmpdump URL parser can-
	      not determine the	app name automatically,	so it  must  be	 given
	      explicitly using this option.

       --tcUrl	      -t url
	      URL      of      the	target	   stream.     Defaults	    to
	      rtmp[e]://host[:port]/app/playpath.

       --pageUrl      -p url
	      URL of the web page in which the media was embedded. By  default
	      no value will be sent.

       --swfUrl	      -s url
	      URL of the SWF player for	the media. By default no value will be
	      sent.

       --flashVer     -f version
	      Version of the Flash plugin used to run the SWF player. The  de-
	      fault is "LNX 10,0,32,18".

       --auth	      -u string
	      An  authentication string	to be appended to the Connect message.
	      Using this option	will append a Boolean TRUE and then the	speci-
	      fied  string.   This  option  is	only  used  by some particular
	      servers and is deprecated. The more general --conn option	should
	      be used instead.

       --conn	      -C type:data
	      Append  arbitrary	AMF data to the	Connect	message. The type must
	      be B for Boolean,	N for number, S	for string, O for object, or Z
	      for  null. For Booleans the data must be either 0	or 1 for FALSE
	      or TRUE, respectively. Likewise for Objects the data must	 be  0
	      or 1 to end or begin an object, respectively. Data items in sub-
	      objects may be named, by prefixing the type with 'N' and	speci-
	      fying  the name before the value,	e.g.  NB:myFlag:1. This	option
	      may be used multiple times to construct arbitrary	AMF sequences.
	      E.g.
		-C B:1 -C S:authMe -C O:1 -C NN:code:1.23 -C NS:flag:ok	-C O:0

   Session Parameters
       These options take effect after the Connect request has succeeded.

       --playpath     -y path
	      Overrides	 the  playpath parsed from the RTMP URL. Sometimes the
	      rtmpdump URL parser cannot determine the correct playpath	 auto-
	      matically, so it must be given explicitly	using this option.

       --live	      -v
	      Specify  that the	media is a live	stream.	No resuming or seeking
	      in live streams is possible.

       --subscribe    -d stream
	      Name of live stream to subscribe to. Defaults to playpath.

       --start	      -A num
	      Start at num  seconds  into  the	stream.	 Not  valid  for  live
	      streams.

       --stop	      -B num
	      Stop at num seconds into the stream.

       --buffer	      -b num
	      Set buffer time to num milliseconds. The default is 20000.

       --timeout      -m num
	      Timeout the session after	num seconds without receiving any data
	      from the server. The default is 120.

   Security Parameters
       These  options  handle  additional  authentication  requests  from  the
       server.

       --token	      -T key
	      Key  for	SecureToken  response, used if the server requires Se-
	      cureToken	authentication.

       --jtv	      -j JSON
	      JSON token  used	by  legacy  Justin.tv  servers.	 Invokes  Net-
	      Stream.Authenticate.UsherToken

       --swfhash      -w hexstring
	      SHA256  hash  of	the  decompressed SWF file. This option	may be
	      needed if	the server uses	SWF Verification, but see the --swfVfy
	      option  below.  The hash is 32 bytes, and	must be	given in hexa-
	      decimal. The --swfsize option must always	be used	with this  op-
	      tion.

       --swfsize      -x num
	      Size  of the decompressed	SWF file. This option may be needed if
	      the server uses SWF Verification,	but see	 the  --swfVfy	option
	      below.  The  --swfhash  option must always be used with this op-
	      tion.

       --swfVfy	      -W url
	      URL of the SWF player for	this media. This option	 replaces  all
	      three  of	 the  --swfUrl,	--swfhash, and --swfsize options. When
	      this option is used, the SWF player is retrieved from the	speci-
	      fied  URL	and the	hash and size are computed automatically. Also
	      the information is cached	in a .swfinfo file in the user's  home
	      directory,  so that it doesn't need to be	retrieved and recalcu-
	      lated every time rtmpdump	is run.	The .swfinfo file records  the
	      URL,  the	time it	was fetched, the modification timestamp	of the
	      SWF file,	its size, and its hash.	By default,  the  cached  info
	      will be used for 30 days before re-checking.

       --swfAge	      -X days
	      Specify  how  many  days	to  use	the cached SWF info before re-
	      checking.	Use 0 to always	check the SWF URL. Note	 that  if  the
	      check  shows  that  the SWF file has the same modification time-
	      stamp as before, it will not be retrieved	again.

   Miscellaneous
       --device	      -D address
	      Listener IP address. The default is 0.0.0.0, i.e.,  any  IP  ad-
	      dress.

       --sport	      -g port
	      Listener port. The default is 80.

       --quiet	      -q
	      Suppress all command output.

       --verbose      -V
	      Verbose command output.

       --debug	      -z
	      Debug  level  output.  Extremely verbose,	including hex dumps of
	      all packet data.

       --help	      -h
	      Print a summary of command options.

EXAMPLES
       The HTTP	request
	    GET	/?r=rtmp:%2f%2fserver%2fmyapp&y=somefile HTTP/1.0
       is equivalent to	the rtrmpdump(1) invocation
	    rtmpdump -r	rtmp://server/myapp -y somefile

       Note that only the shortform (single letter) options are	supported.

ENVIRONMENT
       HOME   The value	of $HOME is used as  the  location  for	 the  .swfinfo
	      file.

FILES
       $HOME/.swfinfo
	      Cache of SWF Verification	information

SEE ALSO
       rtmpdump(1)

AUTHORS
       Andrej Stepanchuk, Howard Chu, The Flvstreamer Team
       <http://rtmpdump.mplayerhq.hu>

RTMPDump v2.4			  2011-07-20			     RTMPGW(8)

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