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Live Audio & Video

Low-Latency Streaming

Low-Latency Streaming

Using a low-latency live application

Low Latency: In a network, latency, a synonym for delay, is an expression of how much time it takes for a packet of data to get from one designated point to another.The latency assumption seems to be that data should be transmitted instantly between one point and another (that is, with no delay at all). The contributors to network latency include:

Propagation:
This is simply the time it takes for a packet to travel between one place and another at the speed of light.

Transmission:
The medium itself (whether optical fiber, wireless, or some other)
introduces some delay. The size of the packet introduces delay in a round trip since a larger packet will take longer to receive and return than a short one.

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Stream Authentication

Stream Authentication

Protect your streams, networks, and audio/video.

Restrict playback to specific IP addresses and use SecureToken content protection. SecureToken is a challenge-and-response security system for playback on all viewing formats. It guards against spoofing threats and protects each connection with a random, single-use key and password, or “shared secret.”

Place restrictions on RTMP- and RTSP-based publishing, allowing publishing from only specific IP addresses.
This prevents unauthorized computers from streaming through your Streaming instance.

How to combat hotlinking your Adobe Flash SWF file
Hotlink Denial controls the html container only. Hotlinking is another word for embedding. Hotlinking denial protection with locked domain.

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Live Audio & Video Transcoding-nDVR

Live Audio & Video Transcoding-nDVR

Live streaming workflow more efficient with transcoding.

Deployed on the same hardware with Wowza Streaming Engine™ this audio and video AddOn allows you to transform incoming live streams from encoders, IP cameras, IPTV headends and other live sources to H.264 for delivery everywhere.Input: we accept all major protocols and codecs. Transcoding: Audio and video transcoding technology re-encodes and converts one file format and bitrate/resolution to another (or many others)Output/Playback:all playback device formats for universal compatibility across device types and bandwidths.

Decoding Video Audio:

    • MPEG-2 / 4 Part 2, H.264/AVC
    • MPEG-4 Part 2, H.264/AVC
    • MPEG-1 Part 1/2, Speex, G.71
    • MP3, AAC (LC & HE),

Encoding Video Audio :