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Aquamarine Server

PHP Version 5.2.13
GD Version 2.0.34
GIF Read Support: is activated
JPG Support: is activated
PNG Support: is activated
MySQL database (5.0.67-community)

Server Settings: (see the phpinfo click here )

upload_max_filesize 800mega
post_max_size 800mega
memory_limit 200M
safe_mode is deactivated
allow_url_fopen is activated
file_uploads is activated
open_basedir is deactivated

This values can be altered by using the .HTACCESS file on your web space, for example the 800 mega max. upload size is very large, we recommend that you dont allow videos files of more then 500 mega, or very soon your web space will be full….

For example on your .htaccess file you could enter this values:

php_value upload_max_filesize 500M
php_value post_max_size 500M
php_value output_buffering on
php_value max_execution_time 6000
php_value max_input_time 6000
php_value session.gc_maxlifetime 24000

Server Paths:

/usr/local/bin/ffmpeg
/usr/local/bin/mencoder
/usr/local/bin/mplayer
/usr/bin/flvtool2

PHP command line interface:

PHP CLI /usr/local/bin/php

Red5 paths:

/usr/local/red5
rtmp://67.159.60.16/SOSample

If you want play a bit with Red5:

http://67.159.60.16:5080/demos/BallControl.html

If on the start of the upload you get this message:

“cant find file length”

2 reasons could be the cause, files inside cgi-bin folder arent CHMOD to 755 or the paths of the file inside cgi-bin are wrong. On PHPMOTION scripts be sure to upload the files inside cgi-bin in Ascii mode.

Demos

Ostube Demo

Clipshare Demo