Why do you say it doesn't has any value there ?? i mean whats the difference with normal streaming that makes it work.
If I take into account the definition of live streaming from wikipedia, "Live streaming, delivering live over the Internet, involves a camera for the media, an encoder to digitize the content, a media publisher, and a content delivery network to distribute and deliver the content," it does not look that a content management system has any value there.
My other doubt is, if the third party streaming servers from the link have the ability to stream live video, this means it can be returned by UCM as a content ??UCM treats everything as a content - which means that it is assigned metadata, can be sought for, secured, converted, etc. (also retrieved to those who are authorized to see it). What streaming adds to it is the ability to a) select the correct rendition based on runtime parameters and b) stream the video content. This is extremely useful especially if you have a web site providing access also to (stored) videos, and you want to have an excellent user experience (provide the best resolution, but not to force consumers to wait for content, because they won't)
you mean that when checked in the content this takes much time so i could not be a live content right ?? this makes a lot of sense now.
so it means it could not have been checked in (which always takes some time)
a customer wants to know if webcenter content 11g capabilities supports live streaming so that is why i'm asking if this is possible, but with your explanation i have undestantood much better.
Perhaps, you could write what your use case is
you mean that when checked in the content this takes much time so i could not be a live content right ?? this makes a lot of sense now.In fact, you'd have to have the complete file first (the live session would be finished by that time), or check-in some complete pieces (again: when finished). Besides, the checkin process of large files itself also takes some time (expect few seconds at least). But I believe you got the idea.