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While ffmpeg is running, you can connect to your RTMP stream from a video player. If you have VLC, mpv, or another media player installed locally, you should be able to view your stream by opening the URL rtmp://your_domain/live/stream in your media player. Your stream will terminate after ffmpeg has finished playing the video. If you want it to keep looping indefinitely, you can add -stream_loop -1 to the beginning of your ffmpeg command.

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Note: You can also stream directly to, for example, Facebook Live using ffmpeg without needing to use Nginx-RTMP at all by replacing rtmp://localhost/live/stream in your ffmpeg command with rtmps:// YouTube uses URLs like rtmp:// Other streaming providers that can consume RTMP streams should behave similarly.

When the Senate is not in session, there is no video broadcast. To enable the most effective streaming experience for all browsersand operating systems, the video stream is delivered using Microsoft Silverlight plugin.

JW Player was originally a video player that shared some of its code with the original Youtube video player. However, the platform has since evolved to include VOD hosting, and live streaming. While JW is a solid platform and a great video player, it has a few noteworthy drawbacks.

Like other streaming video hosting services, Kaltura supports both live video and VOD. However, it does have some differences from other platforms as well. For example, Kaltura offers a unique ecosystem of services aimed at large institutions like universities.

Vimeo was once simply a video-on-demand company, but when they acquired Livestream in 2017, they were able to expand into the live streaming space and video hosting. Source:

Vimeo Live is an inclusive streaming video hosting service that covers every base from video players to live streaming services, collaboration tools to distribution and marketing, monetization to analytics, and more.

Something that makes IBM Cloud Video different from other streaming video services is that it delivers videos via an internal video-on-demand hosting server. While this method works for some, others do not prefer this.

Muvi is a streaming video provider that supports both live and on-demand video content. Their service allows businesses to launch white-label multi-device video streaming services for both audio and video. It includes fully managed, end-to-end solutions, all controlled from one unified platform.

With Panopto, users have a single mobile-ready solution for video management, recording, live streaming, video search, quizzing, and analytics. Their video content management (CMS) system allows for the centralization of video streams, playlists, and playback.

StreamShark is another of the best streaming video providers offering multi-faceted online video functionality. In fact, StreamShark is a business wing of MetaCDN. This means that the platform specializes in fast and innovative content delivery.

As a live streaming hosting service, this company offers both a consumer-grade (B2C) platform and a distinct enterprise platform for streaming. StreamShark is a technology company with expertise in reliable video stream delivery for global reach. It excels at making the live streams of large-scale, high-profile events a massive success with viewers having an exceptional viewing experience.

Wowza focuses on greater accessibility, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness. This streaming video provider also places a focus on all-device streaming, delivering content to users on phones, tablets, and consoles.

Facebook is commonly used by businesses and organizations that are just dipping their toes in the world of live broadcasting. Since it is a free platform, Facebook poses many challenges related to video ownership, time limits on videos, monetization, and more.

As you know, Adobe stopped supporting Flash Player at the end of 2020. As a result of the declining status of RTMP, other HTTP-based (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) technologies for adaptive bitrate streaming have emerged. However, different streaming standards require different file containers. Such as while MPEG-DASH uses .mp4 containers, HLS streams are delivered in .ts format.

RTMP streaming protocol, Transmission Control Protocol-based technology, was developed by Macromedia for streaming audio, video, and data over the Internet, between a Flash player and a server. Macromedia was purchased by its rival Adobe Inc. on December 3, 2005. RTMP stands for Real-Time Messaging Protocol and it was once the most popular live streaming protocol.

HLS was created by Apple in 2009. Apple announced the HLS at about the same time as the legendary device iPhone 3. Earlier generations of iPhone 3 had live streaming playback problems, and Apple wanted to fix this problem with HLS.

AXIS Camera Station client: provides access to recordings, live video, logs and configuration. The client can be installed on any computer enabling remote viewing and control from anywhere on the Internet or corporate network.

AXIS mobile viewing app: provides access to recordings and live video on multiple systems. The app can be installed on Android and iOS devices, and enable remote viewing from other locations. It uses HTTPS to communicate with the AXIS Camera Station server. Configure the mobile communication port and mobile streaming port as described in the Server settings section in General. For more information about how to use the app, see AXIS Camera Station Mobile App user manual.

The live view shows the views and cameras and live videos from the connected cameras. When connecting to multiple AXIS Camera Station servers, all the views and cameras of connected servers are displayed grouped by the server name.

The views and cameras are displayed under Views and Cameras. Use the Type to Search field to find a specific view or camera in the list. Click the camera or view to show it in the live view.

Pan and tilt: Click a desired area in the image to pan or tilt to that area. To pan and tilt continuously in the live view image, move the cursor to the center of the image to show the navigation arrow. Then click and hold to pan in the direction of the navigation arrow. To pan and tilt the image at a higher pace, click and hold to make the navigation arrow longer.

To record manually from the live view, hover the cursor over the image and click REC. The button turns blue to indicate that the recording is ongoing. To stop recording, click REC again.

The microphone indicates that the camera has an enabled microphone (built-in, line-in, auxiliary device). The microphone transmits audio from the camera to live view and recordings. Any built-in microphones or speakers can't be shared with other cameras.

The speaker indicates that the camera has an enabled speaker (built-in or external auxiliary device). In the live view, use the Speak or Push-to-talk button to transmit spoken messages through the speaker.

To allow data to be gathered for smart search during video streaming, select Include analytics data for Smart search. This option is only available for Axis devices that support analytics data. Data gathering for Smart search 1 can add latency in live video streaming.

To show the object indicators that are detected by a PTZ camera in live view, select Show PTZ autotracking object indicators and set the video stream buffer time up to 2000 milliseconds. This option is only available for an Axis PTZ camera with AXIS PTZ Autotracking configured. For a complete workflow to set up AXIS PTZ Autotracking in AXIS Camera Station, see Set up AXIS PTZ Autotracking.

Short-lived objects: This filter ignores objects that only appear a short time in the image. For example: light beams from a passing car and quickly moving shadows. Set the minimum time objects must appear in the image to trigger an alarm. The time is counted from the moment the application detects the object. Alarms are not triggered until the specified time has passed, that is, all alarms are delayed by the specified time. If the object disappears from the image within the specified time, no alarm is generated.

To enable an ignore filter for short-lived objects, select Short lived objects filter and adjust the minimum time in the Time slider that objects must appear in the image to trigger an alarm.

Action button: Action buttons are used to start and stop actions in Live view. Action buttons are displayed on top of the live view or in a map. When clicking the button, the action will be performed. The same button can be used in different rules, but each rule can only have one action button trigger. See Create action button triggers.

Action buttons are used to start and stop actions in Live view. Action buttons are displayed on the bottom of the live view or in a map. When clicking the button, the action will be performed. The same button can be used for multiple cameras and maps. There can be multiple action buttons used for a camera or a map. You can arrange the multiple buttons for a camera when you add or edit the action button. To arrange the multiple action buttons for a map, go to Live View and edit the map.

Live view: This action opens the live view of a specific camera, view or preset position in all connected AXIS Camera Station clients. If the live view shows a split view with a hotspot, the camera in the live view action is loaded in the hotspot. The live view action can also be used to restore open AXIS Camera Station clients from the taskbar or bring the clients to the front of other open applications. See Create live view actions.

The live view action opens the Live view tab with a specific camera, view or preset position. The Live view tab will open in all connected AXIS Camera Station clients. If the Live view tab shows a split view with a hotspot, the camera selected in the live view action will be loaded in the hotspot. For more information about hotspots, see Split view. 041b061a72


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