OpenVCX
    
Open Source Video Conferencing and Streaming Server
 

Installation

Quick start installation guide for OpenVSX.  Read more


 

Wowza Streaming Engine

Example showing how to use OpenVSX with Wowza Streaming Engine.  Read more


 

Publish to Youtube

Stream live content to a CDN or Youtube.  Read more


 

Flash Media Encoder

Stream live content with Flash Media Encoder RTMP.  Read more


 

QuickTime Broadcaster

Stream live content with QuickTime Broadcaster RTSP.  Read more


 

Security and Encryption

Examples showing how to protect streaming content.  Read more


 

RTMP Streaming

Use RTMP to broadcast and capture live content.  Read more


 

RTSP Streaming

Use RTSP to broadcast and capture live content.  Read more


 

FLV Streaming

Stream live content to Flash player.  Read more


 

MPEG-DASH Streaming

Stream live content using MPEG-DASH.  Read more


 

WebM/HTML5 Streaming

Stream live content using a Matroska / WebM container.


 

HTTPLive Streaming

Stream live content to Apple devices using HTTPLive.  Read more


 

Analyze H.264 contents

OpenVSX can be used as a utilitity to take a closer look at the format of H.264 video.  Read more


 

Dump a container file

OpenVSX can be used as a utilitity to take a closer look at the format of MP4 container file.  Read more


 

Extract video and audio tracks from a media container

OpenVSX can be used as a utility to extract raw video and audio contents from container files.  Read more


 

Basic streaming output examples

Examples showing how to use the commandline to create stream output.  Read more


 

Use a Matroska / WebM container for live streaming to HTML5 capable clients

OpenVSX can offer live media encapsulated in a Matroska / WebM container over HTTP/HTTPS. To a client this method is similar to reading a pre-recorded Matroska / WebM file stored on disk. This is the preferred delivery method to any HTML5 video capable browsers such as Google Chrome.


 

Matroska / WebM Streaming Server

Offer live content to be viewed by an HTML5 capable video client.

./bin/vsx -v --in=input.sdp --mkvlive=8080 --live

The --live options enables a default web page with an embedded <html> tag depending on the web browser User-Agent.

To view the live stream you can connect an HTML5 video capable browser such as Google Chrome to http://<OpenVSX IP>:8080/mkv

To offer the content over SSL/TLS use --mkvlive=https://0.0.0.0:8443 or just --mkvlive=https://8443

To require authentication you can specify a username and password using the following standard syntax.

--mkvlive=https://<username>:<password>@0.0.0.0:8443

To enable recording of the content in a Matroska / WebM container file add --mkvrecord=recorded.mkv


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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