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What are the differences between WebRTC HTML5 player and Unreal HTML5 MSE player? Different media encodings, as described in previous answers. Different streaming protocols: fragmented mp4 over WebSocket for MSE player; SRTP for WebRTC player. WebRTC player is supported on any OS and mobile device, while MSE player doesn't run on iPhones (no Media Source Extensions support on iPhones). MSE player supports pause, time-shifted (nDVR) playback and server side playlist functionality, while WebRTC player does not support these features. WebRTC player supports UDP and TCP streaming, while MSE player is TCP (HTTP-based WebSocket) only. Refer to our Architecture page for more information.




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How to configure SSL certificate for using secure WebSockets with WebRTC/MSE players? You need to use a real (not self-signed) SSL certificate supporting TLS 1.2. Make sure you have two files in PEM format: private key file and certificate file. Open these files with Notepad; private key file should begin with -----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY----- or with -----BEGIN PRIVATE KEY-----; certificate file should begin with -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----. For best compatibility with browsers, your certificate file should contain more than just your domain certificate (although just your domain certificate is enough in most cases); it should contain the whole certificate chain starting with your domain certificate, following by intermediate certificate(s) and ending with root CA certificate. Most SSL providers issue certificates in PEM format, so you don't need to do any conversion; use OpenSSL or online conversion tools otherwise. Specify these two PEM files in the Properties window of Unreal Media Server Configurator. After restarting the server, if something is wrong with your certificate then you will have entries in Windows Application Event Log with error information.


How to play with Windows Media Player?Use menu item File->Open URL. Type mms link referring to live broadcast or file configured on Media Server. Note that the content encoding must be VC1/WMV/MPEG-4/WMA/MP3. For example, right after the installation of Media Server you can typemms://localhost:5119/mediaroot/test.avi.If you have a live broadcast with alias "webcam", you need to typemms://localhost:5119/webcam.When playing remotely, you need to specify IP address of server machine:mms://192.168.0.100:5119/webcam.


  • How to push a live stream to Unreal Media Server with ffmpeg? The best method is RTMP publishing; create a live broadcast of type "Broadcast from live RTMP/RTSP/WebRTC/SRT/MPEG2-TS/HLS/MMS source", select rtmp:// protocol. Select "Push" option. Below are ffmpeg command line examples for pushing a stream to broadcast "mycam" on the server at 192.168.1.8: Publishing a file without transcoding:ffmpeg -re -i file.mp4 -acodec copy -vcodec copy -f flv rtmp://192.168.1.8:5130/live/mycam/livestream Publishing a live stream from laptop's built-in camera and mic with low-latency optimized encoding:ffmpeg -f dshow -video_size 1280x720 -framerate 30 -i video="Integrated Camera":audio="Microphone Array (Realtek High Definition Audio)" -vf format=yuv420p -max_delay 0 -flags:v +global_header -bsf:v "dump_extra=freq=keyframe" -c:v libx264 -preset veryfast -bf 0 -b:v 1500k -x264-params keyint=30:rc_lookahead=1 -c:a aac -b:a 128k -ar 44100 -f flv rtmp://192.168.1.8:5130/live/mycam/livestream You can use secure RTMP publishing (RTMP over TLS) by changing the URL to rtmps://192.168.1.8:443/live/mycam/livestream

  • Another method is MPEG2-TS broadcasting; create a live broadcast of type "Broadcast from live RTMP/RTSP/WebRTC/SRT/MPEG2-TS/HLS/MMS source", select mpts protocol. Below is ffmpeg command line example for broadcasting a stream to 192.168.1.8:1234 Publishing a live stream from laptop's built-in camera and mic with low-latency optimized encoding:ffmpeg -f dshow -video_size 1280x720 -framerate 30 -i video="Integrated Camera":audio="Microphone Array (Realtek High Definition Audio)" -vf format=yuv420p -max_delay 0 -flags:v +global_header -bsf:v "dump_extra=freq=keyframe" -c:v libx264 -preset veryfast -bf 0 -b:v 1500k -x264-params keyint=30:rc_lookahead=1 -c:a aac -b:a 128k -ar 44100 -f mpegts udp://192.168.1.8:1234 To use Opus audio instead of AAC, replace the part shown in bold font, with: -acodec libopus -b:a 96k -vbr on -compression_level 10 For SRT transport (recommended): a. Add /srt to the IP:port setting when configuring a live broadcast; b. Use "srt" instead of "udp" (-f mpegts srt://) in the ffmpeg command line. With this method you can also push live stream to Unreal Live Server, if audio or video transcoding is needed. You will also need to use our MPEG2-TS/HLS DirectShow source filter to ingest the stream to Unreal Live Server.



How does Unreal Media Server enable interoperability between WebRTC and other multimedia systems? Unreal Media Server is a WebRTC streaming server supporting WebRTC to other streaming protocols conversions. It can receive live WebRTC streams encoded by web browsers and distribute these streams to any other player or recorder over MPEG2-TS, RTMP or HLS protocols. If transcoding is needed, Unreal Live Server can be used, to convert streams from VP8/VP9/Opus to common H.264/AAC encoding. Vice versa, Unreal Media Server can receive streams from RTSP, RTMP and MPEG2-TS cameras, servers and encoders and send these streams to WebRTC players in web browsers. Again, Unreal Live Server can be used if transcoding is needed. Normally, only audio transcoding between AAC and Opus is needed, as WebRTC supports commonly used H.264 video codec. Unreal Live Server supports VP8/VP9/Opus codecs to encode your live audio/video sources for WebRTC players.


WebRTC playing or publishing doesn't work when I specify domain name (instead of IP address) of the server as a parameter to javascript player/publisher function in my web page, AND my server is hosted behind NAT router. Specify IP address instead of domain name when possible. However, for signaling over secure WebSocket, you must specify a domain name, not the IP address, of the server. If domain name is used, AND the server is behind NAT router, then you need to modify unrealwebrtcplayer.js or unrealwebrtcpublisher.js according to this forum thread.


While configuring the Archival Server, I am asked to enter a password for media server?The Archival Server connects to the Media Server which uses this password for authentication. You have to setup the same password on the Properties page of Media Server Configurator.


Picturall Pro Mark II is a modular, high-performance 16K media server designed to playback reliably huge video content on large pixel canvases. With the ability to drive up to 16x 4K@60Hz 10-bit pixel accurate outputs from a single server unit and to playback media up to 16K resolution or uncompressed file sequences up to 8K@60Hz 10-bit, Picturall Pro Mark II media server is the true powerhouse in massive LED video wall installations and large corporate events.


Electra Media Player provides streaming functionality in Unreal projects by supporting HLS (RFC-8216). With HLS, the server fragments the media files into segments and creates an index file. This index file contains the list of the media segments and their location that the client reads and uses to format its requests for media playback.


You can see from this graph that WebRTC players are about 10 times more CPU expensive than RTMP players, but it's still scalable with most of WebRTC SFUs, such as Ant media server, Unreal Media Server, Janus and many others.


The pro range includes powerful content playback and compositing servers. At the core of the disguise ecosystem, the vx media servers receive content with tracking data via RenderStream and output scenes onto the stage with pixel perfection.


Firstly you need to setup a media streaming server. You can use Wowza, red5 or nginx-rtmp-module. Read their documentation and setup on OS you want.All the engine are support HLS (Http Live Stream protocol that was developed by Apple). You should read documentation for config.Example with nginx-rtmp-module:


We used multiple media servers and streaming servers to complement our SaaS product with real-time multi-party video conferencing. There are api based solutions that are not cost-effective...Read More at a larger scale and we had to choose an OnPrem version that we could effectively manage costs with.While many open source/ commercial systems are out there and all of them claim to be scalable, real-time and having easy API's we had to iterate through 3 production-grade implementations before we finally ended up with Ant Media server.The key things we liked were- Easy scalability with a sensible dashboard/ UI- AWS deployment was quick and easy, very little operations overhead to manage- Great support both paid and unpaidMostly, the platform is reliable! it works even for 1000's of concurrent users.Read Less


Simply robust and straightforward WebRTC server to setup. A super responsive team from Ant media (shoutout to Ahmet).Literally cut down development times by 95% and is full of features. Read More Writing this review after over a year of production usage. Would strongly recommend anyone who plans to either use Webrtc publishing with Werbtc or HLS playback, no matter the platform, Android, iOS or browser. Read Less


In summary, we are very pleased with the AMS Enterprise edition and recommend that anyone looking at developing an online presentation Read More platform which requires a high quality, robust, stable, comprehensive media server technology to consider AMS for integration into their application. Read Less


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