Play Live 360 Degree Video on Mobile and Desktop 1

Play Live 360 Degree Video on Mobile and Desktop

What is 360 Degree Video? 360 Degree Video lets you watch every the direction of an area by giving you the control of the viewing direction. You can control the direction by looking at the different directions on mobile(android, iOS) or dragging the mouse on the personal computers. If you want to have a better experience you should try VR glasses   How 360 Degree Videos are being created ? There are several ways to Read more…

Adaptive Streaming for Live Streams On The Fly 2

Adaptive Streaming for Live Streams On The Fly

More people are getting connected to the internet and more videos are being watched on each day. In other words, each of us watching more videos on each day and according to Cisco, video watching times will become fourfold by 2020.   But there may be an issue about watching video on internet because internet connection speeds usually does not let watching videos in high quality so that player needs buffering and this make you Read more…

Introducing the First Implementation of Periscope Producer API 3

Introducing the First Implementation of Periscope Producer API

What is Periscope Producer API ? Periscope Producer API was first announced with this post on twitter blog at March 21, 2017 by defining it as follows Periscope Producer API which opens up new ways to share live video, such as starting broadcasts directly from external hardware, software, cameras and web services – without the need to connect them via the app. The API enables third-party applications to authenticate Periscope accounts, configure streams, start and stop broadcasts Read more…

WebRTC Live Video Stream Broadcasting One-To-Many and Watching with RTMP and HLS 4

WebRTC Live Video Stream Broadcasting One-To-Many and Watching with RTMP and HLS

With the first version of Ant Media Server, developers can make users broadcast live video from their browser with WebRTC and Live Stream can be distributed to many with RTMP and HLS, thanks to WebRTC Adapter. In other words, users can broadcast live video from browsers as they do with a flash plugin, fortunately, this time there is no need to any third party plugin. By the way, Ant Media Server is a free and Read more…

How to Develop a Live Streaming Mobile App in 3 Steps? 5

How to Develop a Live Streaming Mobile App in 3 Steps?

How to Develop a Live Streaming Mobile App ? Developing a live streaming mobile app is not a very quick and easy job if you develop every piece on your own. It requires extensive knowledge about video streaming etc.  so you may prefer to find some libraries and samples that makes this job easy. Yeah in this post, we are going to tell how to develop a live streaming app by providing sample codes on Read more…

How to Play Live and VoD Streams on all browsers with Ant Media Server?

In this post i am going to describe how to Play VoD(Video on Demand) and Live Streams on all mobile and desktop browsers including web browsers in Android, iOS, Desktop etc. Thanks to Ant Media Server, it is very easy to do it now. We are going to use FlowPlayer as a player. Playing VoD streams on Ant Media Server You can define the skin for the flowplayer. Include jquery library which is needed for video Read more…

Red5+ is on board

The day has come! Our “Red5+” Media Server developed upon Red5 Media Server has been released for developer use. Before we talk about the outstanding features of our media server, let us mention the basic features of Red5. What is Red5 Media Server ? Red5 Media Server is one of the most known open-source media servers among the developers and other solutions. Its recognition by the developers is considerably high. It is possible to stream Read more…

Building and Cross Compiling WebRTC for Raspberry PI 6

Building and Cross Compiling WebRTC for Raspberry PI

This post is a guide for cross compile and build Webrtc Raspberry PI and arm devices. Initial Steps starts with installing depot tools which are needed for getting webrtc source code. Then continue with installing rpi tools. WebRTC Raspberry PI Install Steps  mkdir webrtc  cd webrtc  sudo git clone https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromium/tools/depot_tools.git /opt/depot_tools  echo “export PATH=/opt/depot_tools:\$PATH” | sudo tee /etc/profile.d/depot_tools.sh  sudo git clone https://github.com/raspberrypi/tools.git /opt/rpi_tools  echo “export PATH=/opt/rpi_tools/arm-bcm2708/gcc-linaro-arm-linux-gnueabihf-raspbian-x64/bin:\$PATH” | sudo tee /etc/profile.d/rpi_tools.sh  source /etc/profile Now we need Read more…

What is FFmpeg?

Before telling what this blog post is about, let me say an interesting thing about FFmpeg. Almost everyone, who are developing video/audio software, knows FFmpeg deeply,but If they are not specifically in this industry,almost nobody knows What FFmpeg is,. Ok, let’s start, firstly I will describe What FFmpeg is, secondly I will tell how to get FFmpeg and I will give some examples about using FFmpeg. Lastly, I am going to add some links to get further information. What Read more…

What is Media Server ?

We are beginning with Media Server 101. The word of “media” is the plural of Latin word “medium” which means environment or tool(1). Even though it has been used in many domains, it is mostly encountered in the communication domain both socially and technically. Media is all of the devices and methods used in storing information in several formats and delivering it to masses. It can be generally classified into two main categories as printed Read more…