It’s a problem with windows path specification,
i solved it specifying the path with "\" instead of "/" format. so one correct url in my case becomes: rtmps://serverip:4443/vod/cameras\cam_160\cam_160_0.vod,
also rtmps://serverip:4443/vod/camerascam_160cam_160_0.vod is working (with just one backslash).
also i saved the default media folder path as "..\media\" instead of ""../media. i guess there’s a more gentle backslashing sequence : ) but to be WIN-safe.
i think you should handle that with your "url parser", so that users could specify just with / even on a windows machine (as it’s standard for url and uri),
should have the same behaviour on windows and linux, given the same url in whatever api-call command. if you could "fix" that for windows users that would be good.
great it’s working now