Veriskope acquires Adobe Media Server and RTMP software tools, continues development of RTMP
Twitch.tv launched, Everything streams now
OBS Studio Launches, Making RTMP available for all
AMS Version 5.0 released
October 8, 2012
FMS renamed to AMS, Version 4.0 released
with multicast, P2p, absolute timecode, HDS
September 13, 2010
Jan 13, 2009
Flash Media Server Version 3.5 released
Justin.tv launched, Lifecasting bcomes a thing
FMLE (Flash Media Live Encoder)
February 23, 2007
Macromedia Flash Player 8 (on2)
September 13, 2005
Flash Media Server 3.0 released
December 4, 2007
Akamai February 22, 2005
Limelight November 15, 2005
November 15, 2005Flash Media Server 2.0 Released
Supplied new video codec in Flash Player 8, On2’s VP6. However the Flash Player (as of version 10.1) can still only encode to the Spark codec. - edge-origin servers, an optional enterprise architecture that simplifies load balancing. - server side Actionscript runtime also received updates with support for XML, XMLSocket, SOAP and File operations.
March 27, 2003Flash Media Server 2.5 Released
Gives the server HTTP Tunneling, Linux support and a free developer edition.
July, 2002Flash Communication Server 1.0 Released
Included scripting interfaces to the core protocol capabilities, including NetConnection, NetStream, and SharedObject.
March 16, 2002Macromedia released Flash Player 6
This version included all the functionality for a yet to be released server called Flash Communication Server MX.
sometime in 2000Macromedia "Tin Can" project starts
Jonathan Gay pitched the idea of a new server product with the code-name "Tin Can" (as in two tin cans and a string). Before the team started writing code, the team envisioned the capabilities of the protocol that will later be named RTMP. Each of the engineers contributed narrative stories about the applications that will be made possible.