How to Use WebRTC SDK in Native Android App? 1

How to Use WebRTC SDK in Native Android App?

Ant Media Server has native mobile SDKs (IOS and Android) for WebRTC. You can use WebRTC facilities in Android Platform with the help of Ant Media Server’s Native Android WebRTC SDK. In this blog post, features of Android SDK will be presented with a sample Android project which comes bundled with the SDK. This SDK has the following main features: Provides peer to peer WebRTC communication between Android devices and browsers by using Ant Media server Read more…

ant media blackfriday sale

Black Friday Sale

Can you believe it? A year has passed and another Black Friday campaign has come. This year was different from the usual. There have been serious changes in our lives with the pandemic. Our way of life has completely changed, our social distance has increased. However, we are proud that we are able to help people with our technology in this difficult process. With Ant Media Server, tens of thousands of people were able to Read more…

Enable SSL with Just 1 Command - Easy and Fast 32

Enable SSL with Just 1 Command – Easy and Fast

This blog post will help you to enable SSL for Ant Media Server. Enabling SSL is not mandatory for all cases. However,  it’s mandatory when requesting access to mic and camera. It’s not mandatory for playing streams HTTPS and WSS (WebSocket Secure) is mandatory for Google Chrome to run WebRTC and WebSocket applications. In addition, developers want to serve their content with a secure connection as well. The script in this post install Let’s Encrypt Read more…

what is cmaf

CMAF ( Common Media Application Format )

As you know, we started to support CMAF with the latest version of Ant Media Server 2.2. (You can find the details of the new version in this article.) The need for low latency solutions started to increase with Adobe’s abandonment of support for flash player, ie RTMP.  This is a very important development for us because it is our duty to meet your every need.  In this article, we will provide detailed information about Read more…

How to Use vMix with Ant Media Server? - Easy Guide 33

How to Use vMix with Ant Media Server? – Easy Guide

What is vMix? vMix is a software vision mixer available for the Windows operating system and we’ll see how to use vMix for streaming. vMix is developed by StudioCoast PTY LTD. Like most vision mixing software, it allows users to switch inputs, mix audio, record outputs, and live stream cameras, video files, audio, and more, in resolutions of up to 4K. It can stream up to three destinations at one time. You can do RTMP stream Read more…

Adventure Continues: CMAF is available in Ant Media Server v2.2 34

Adventure Continues: CMAF is available in Ant Media Server v2.2

We’re happy to announce that Ant Media Server v2.2 is out with CMAF support. Before giving more highlights for the new version, just let us thank all you guys out there that make Ant Media Server become a worldwide product in 121 countries. It’s great to help lots of people around the world for their video streaming projects. After this introduction, let me give the highlights for the v2.2. Low Latency (CMAF) vs. Ultra Low Read more…

rtmp to webrtc migration

RTMP to WebRTC Migration – RTMP is Dying!

With the announcement that Adobe will stop supporting Flash, people started looking for an alternative solution to RTMP. With the shrinkage of time, the question of moving to which solution from RTMP has gained importance. We strongly recommend you RTMP to WebRTC migration as an answer. We will explain why in the following section. Table of Contents Flash And RTMP are Dying RTMP  WebRTC Reasons for RTMP to WebRTC Migration RTMP vs WebRTC Latency Scalability Read more…

Only 3 Steps to Deliver Latency Requirements – Simple as That! 38

Only 3 Steps to Deliver Latency Requirements – Simple as That!

Streaming video has been one of the most widely used services in our lives for a long time. Increasing demand of audiences’ about real-time video delivery has created a focus on inventing new streaming protocols or improving existing streaming protocols in order to reduce latency to a few seconds. Latency is simply a delay between capturing video and displaying it for playback at the viewer’s screen and measured with the time. Reducing latency values to Read more…

Ultra low latency video streaming solutions

Ultra Low Latency Video Streaming and 7 Use Cases

Especially with Covid-19, people started to demand more live streams. But especially in some live streams which we will talk about in the rest of the blog post should be really ”live” to satisfy the audience. Let’s start with how popular live streaming is. According to the Cisco Annual Internet Report; Increasing internet connection speeds will enable a higher resolution to live video streaming and live video streaming will become popular in every field. With the Read more…

IP Camera Streaming Made Easy with Ant Media Server 41

IP Camera Streaming Made Easy with Ant Media Server

An Internet Protocol camera, or IP camera, is a type of digital video camera that receives control data and sends image data via the Internet. They are commonly used for surveillance but unlike analog closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras, they require no local recording device, only a local area network. Most IP cameras are webcams, but the term IP camera or netcam usually applies only to those that can be directly accessed over a network connection, usually used for surveillance. IP Camera Streaming without NVRs Some IP cameras require support of Read more…