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Kull Tech Films – Two DJI Phantoms – FMS

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

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Filmed at Frisbie Middle School
Mike Hawkins and I fly the DJI Phantoms. You see Mike flying his black DJI Phantom.


David Kull as Pilot
Mike Hawkins as Pilot
DJI Phantom as Quad Copter
GoPro Hero 3 B.E. as Camera
FatShark as F.P.V.
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Adobe File Media Server – Configuration – FMS.INI

Tuesday, August 19th, 2008

FMS.INI – Creating an instance, allows multiple sub folders.  This is done on the playback file.

So instead of setting FLVPlayback’s source to rtmp:// I added an instance name – any instance name – such as rtmp:// and voila, the video would play again.

Modify the vod service

  1. Duplicate the RootInstall/applications/vod folder in the applications folder and give it a new name, for example, vod2. In this case, the new vod service is located here: RootInstall/applications/vod2.You can create as many instances of the vod service as you need.
  2. Open the fms.ini file (located in RootInstall/conf) and add a new entry to set the content path for the new service, for example, VOD2_DIR = C:\Program Files\Adobe\Flash Media Server 3\applications\vod2\media.
  3. Open the Application.xml file in the RootInstall/applications/vod2 folder and add VOD2_DIR to the virtual directory entry list: <Streams>/;${VOD2_DIR}</Streams>.
  4. Restart Adobe Flash Media Server.
  5. Place recorded media files into the folder you specified in the fms.ini file (in this example, C:\Program Files\Adobe\Flash Media Server 3\applications\vod2\media).The media files are now accessible from the URL rtmp://flashmediaserver/vod2/filename.�
    Note: You do not have to specify the media subdirectory in the URL; the media directory is specified in the path you set in the fms.ini file.

Microsofts tcp udp port numbers for firewall forwarding.

Monday, August 18th, 2008

Looking for the Microsoft Port numbers to gain access through a router?  You can find them on your local machine here: %systemroot%\system32\drivers\etc\SERVICES

Microsofts file copy port numbers:

Opens TCP ports 139 and 445 and UDP ports 137 and 138. Allows a computer to receive unsolicited traffic to shared files, folders, and printers.


Exception Description
File and Printer Sharing Opens TCP ports 139 and 445 and UDP ports 137 and 138. Allows a computer to receive unsolicited traffic to shared files, folders, and printers.
Remote Desktop Opens TCP port 3389. Allows a computer to be managed remotely with the Remote Desktop Connection feature.
UPnP Framework Opens TCP port 2869 and UDP port 1900. Allows a computer to receive UPnP discovery requests from other computers and devices.
Remote administration Opens TCP ports 135 and 445. Allows Svchost.exe and Lsass.exe to receive unsolicited incoming traffic and allows hosted services to open additional dynamically-assigned ports, typically in the range of 1024 to 1034. Allows a computer to be remotely managed with administrative tools such as the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) and Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI).
ICMP Includes a suite of Internet Control Messages Protocol (ICMP) exceptions. ICMP exceptions allow you to control how a computer responds to and sends ICMP messages, including messages that are used by the ping command.


  • 137/tcp NETBIOS Name Service
  • 137/udp NETBIOS Name Service
  • 138/tcp NETBIOS Datagram Service
  • 138/udp NETBIOS Datagram Service
  • 139/tcp NETBIOS Session Service
  • 139/udp NETBIOS Session Service
  • File Sharing port numbers

    File Sharing port numbers

    Adobe FMS uses 1935 for playback, and 1111 for admin.
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