As most of you already know my LifeCast was not showing up on the Ustream.tv Viewing Application for the iPhone, iPad Tablet & iPod Touch
& that is because Ustream.tv had to update The Viewing App for only the iPhone, iPad Tablet & iPod Touch.
after that update any caster on the viewing app list who is not casting in H.264 video codec and AAC audio codec
will not show up on the viewing app for apple devices.
Now why did they do that??
Here is what I got back from Ustream.tv
Due to the codec restrictions on the iPhone HTTP streaming standard only streams with H.264 and AAC codecs can be played back on the iPad and iPhone so for this reason we are only listing those. Please switch to Ustream Producer for streaming (that uses the right codec) and your stream will appear again.
More BS Thanks to apple.
I do not like the Ustream Producer Application at all.
I tried the free one and let me say I installed it then 6 minutes later I uninstalled it, it’s really bad and I can’t believe the pay Producer Application would be better.
Maybe with time & some hard work the Ustream Producer Application could become soemthing good but in no way am I going to use it the way it is now.
So here I’m left thinking what am I going to do. now keep in mind I would only not show up on the Ustream.tv Viewing App for apple devices but I would continue to show up on the Ustream.tv Viewing App for the Android Phone.
Well I knew The Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder 3.1 had H.264 video codec but as I later found out did not have the AAC audio codec. 🙁
but with some luck I did find a Plug-in made by MainConcept for Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder
Here is where you can download the Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder
Watch E-TARD on The iPhone, iPad Tablet & iPod Touch App