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Unfortunately Google seems to think they know better than everyone else what people need to use online... Here's the deal. They've deprecated those APIs, meaning if you want Java/Flash to work, you're out of luck. HOWEVER, they haven't been removed yet, merely disabled. It'll get removed in a couple of major versions, but you can still force-enable them in ...
I had the same problem. I rememembred that I had Click to flash extension in Safari. I deactivated it and it worked.
There is crtmpd, which does rtmp streaming for you. Red5 as suggested is another option, as is wowza media server. If you don't need rtmp but want to use flash player, you can also use http streaming, which nginx does nicely. Beware that for full interaction, something like fms, red5 or wowza is required, the rest only streams, and that's it. If you ...
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