I just got word from a commenter that RTMPDump 2.4 is out (thanks!). Since the release of Xcode 4 I have been unable to compile the RTMPDump binaries using the supplied Makefile. Actually, the binaries are all there but I always get a signal fault when the rtmpdump binary tries to establish a connection to a target server. I had to resort to plan B which was to import the RTMPDump sources into Xcode and to create a proper console application project.
Since I’m an Xcode noob that was quite a steep learning curve, I tell ya!
Eventually, I succeeded to build combined Intel 32/64 bit binaries
but I’ve been unable to verify if they run in OS X versions older than 10.7 Lion. Let me know. Apparently, the rtmpdump binary runs fine in Snow Leopard as well. I’m not sure about rtmpgw, rtmpsrv and rtmpsuck though, so let me know if they’re working properly as well.
Check out the downloads area for the RTMPDump 2.4 package installer.
The package installer will install the librtmp library to /usr/local/lib and the rtmpdump binaries to /usr/local/bin.