A new version of Redfire (0.0.3.0) has been posted on project site http://code.google.com/p/redfire/
It has three major changes
I still do not have a 64-bit Windows PC, so all reported issues with redfire plugin for Spark on 64-bit PCs have not been fixed.
Unfortunately, the root application of the web service under which Red5 runs belongs to the http-bind BOSH service, so RTMPT is not supported out of the box.
If you really need it, then you can manually move Red5 to the root web application. The location is OPENFIRE_HOME\resources\spank.
The alternative is to spawn a new jetty web service on another port like 5080 instead of using the http-bind web service on 7070. That will will require a bit of coding
Thanks for the quick answer - so the redfire directory should reside in OPENFIRE_HOME\resources\spank.
I can access it via: http://ip_address:7070/redfire -> how do I configure red5 rtmpt url:
It is not as simple as that. You have to edit the web.xml file and put the red5 config files in the correct place in OPENFIRE_HOME\resources\spank.
If you know your way around servlets, then you would know what to do, otherwise, forget Redfire and simply install your own red5 server on your openfire server box.