Hi Bryan,

We use Wowza for streaming audio and video reserves, repository content, conferences, etc.  No real complaints once we got it working and fitted in.  The player we use with it is JW Player with RTMPE and HLS protocols.  We mainly serve MP4 and MP3 files, but still have some older MOV and FLV formats we serve as well.


Chad Mills                     Rutgers University Libraries
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From: "Bryan Brown" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Wednesday, November 25, 2015 1:54:13 PM
Subject: [CODE4LIB] Any Wowza users on the list?

Florida State University Libraries is looking at different streaming media servers we could use for various use cases (mainly as a backend that gets called to serve up streaming videos by another application/site), and we've settled on Wowza ( as a potential solution. Before we move any further along down this road, I was wondering if anyone on the list has used it before and could speak from personal experience about it?

Bryan Brown
Web Developer
FSU Libraries