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Hi! Is there a way to get a snapshot of a live streaming RTMP feed? I've tried BitmapData.draw, but this causes a sandbox violation. Is there a way around this? Is there a way (ANY way) to grab a still image from a live RTMP stream and save it to disc? Thanks in advance, K....

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    Hi!

    Is there a way to get a snapshot of a live streaming RTMP feed? I've tried
    BitmapData.draw, but this causes a sandbox violation. Is there a way around
    this? Is there a way (ANY way) to grab a still image from a live RTMP stream
    and save it to disc?

    Thanks in advance,
    K.


    karnal69 Guest

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    Hello

    Read my blog article, is in french but it explain the solution of your
    problem

    [url]http://www.ekameleon.net/blog/index.php?2007/03/10/63-bitmapdatadraw-and-video-object-capture-security-sandbox-violation[/url]

    EKA+


    karnal69 a écrit :
    > Hi!
    >
    > Is there a way to get a snapshot of a live streaming RTMP feed? I've tried
    > BitmapData.draw, but this causes a sandbox violation. Is there a way around
    > this? Is there a way (ANY way) to grab a still image from a live RTMP stream
    > and save it to disc?
    >
    > Thanks in advance,
    > K.
    >
    >
    ekameleon Guest

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    Not in FMS 2. In FMS 3, I believe there is a server-side setting that allows (or doesnt) client-side applications to grab a bitmap from a live stream.
    d3lf66 Guest

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    Thank for the tip ekameleon, but unfortunately this does not work....

    I was using this workaround in the past with Flex Builder 3 beta 1, but that
    is no longer available for use. So now in Flex Builder beta 2, this has been
    caught, and even setting the stream to null then using the bitmapdata.draw
    method throws the error as well. So with the stream attached or unattached, I
    cannot draw the video as it throws the 2123 error.

    Anyone have any more advice, or know of a way to capture a frame of a RTMP
    stream other than BitmapData.draw??

    Thanks,
    K.

    karnal69 Guest

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    Anyone??!!!!!

    This is crazy! SURELY there's a way to save a grab from a live stream from
    Flash Media Server to disk. I can't believe that this is impossible, or that
    no one has done it before...

    Can anyone give me any pointers at all?? I've been trying all sorts of stuff
    to no avail, and I'm running out of ideas...

    I need your help!! ;-)

    Thanks in advance,
    K.

    karnal69 Guest

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    Hi there,

    You probably want to read the details in this link:
    [url]http://justin.everett-church.com/index.php/2007/12/07/wiwtw-bitmapdatadraw-and-rtmp-snapshotting/[/url]
    techeye Guest

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    Bugger!

    Thanks man!

    K.
    karnal69 Guest

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    Nice, Thanks!!!

    [q]Originally posted by: techeye
    Hi there,

    You probably want to read the details in this link:

    [url]http://justin.everett-church.com/index.php/2007/12/07/wiwtw-bitmapdatadraw-and-r[/url]
    tmp-snapshotting/[/q]



    Raja314 Guest

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    Techeye, that worked perfectly.
    Blogrepreneur Guest

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    Thanks for the link Techeye
    Andrey. Guest

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    Thanks
    bili234 Guest

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    tyvm~~
    jack la Guest

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    Id suggest looking at some forums for your answer.

    [url]http://worldtvpc.com[/url]
    shaftshaker Guest

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    I am having the same problem but on a pc and with facebook in particular!

    Dominic

    [url]http://www.doedia.ca[/url]
    Macrominded Guest

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    worked good, thanks!




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    flanger747 Guest

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    Thanks man, much appreciated
    Neticulis Guest

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    Great! Thanks a lot, man!

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    joni kikil Guest

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    Thanks mate been looking to do this for a while now!
    davidmera Guest

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    Thank you so much for this, solved a lot for me.

    [url]http://www.droplink.net[/url]
    Mesko-Online Guest

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    Is the problem solved or not?
    Nestrer Guest

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