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Flash Media Server: Mutiple streams overlay ?

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Hi,
I'm a beginner on Flash Media Server, and am just exploring its features.

I wanted to know whether Flash Media Server Allows :
1. Multiple streams to be overlayed on each other
2. Switching between various streams.

Please help.
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You could in a way do overlaying multiple streams by coding this in the client in Flash, but there is no server side support for this (yet).  You can also code to switch between various streams in the Flash client, as there isn't yet server support for this, but the next version of FMS will have this support.
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