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Cranking up Red5 video quality?

Question asked by Flapjack on Jan 19, 2009
Latest reply on Jan 19, 2009 by Flapjack

Hello all.


After a lot of reading and restarting services, I've finally got Red5, OpenFire, and Spark playing nicely.  OpenFire and Red5 are running on a Win2k3 box with lots of available RAM and bandwidth.  However, I can't seem to get video quality where I'd like it.


I'm running Red5 v0.1.08 on OpenFire v3.6.3.  I have the following set under "Video Parameters":


Bandwidth:  60000

Frames/Sec: 30

Picture Quality: 1


As I understand it, that should get a pretty clear picture, yet I still have a seriously pixelated image (see attached).


I have about 30 mb/s of available download bandwidth and about 3 mb/s available upload bandwidth.  A variety of speedtests net me a result of 20ms ping times and 32000k down / 3500k up.  I have QoS setup with ports 1935 and 7070 as highest priority (the only thing higher is my VOIP packets, which are not currently being used).


The attached pic is from another computer on my network, so I'm 99.9% certain that bandwidth is not an issue, as I run gigabit Ethernet on my local network.


Any suggestions?