June 30, 2016

June updates

This month we've released new mobile screencasting app and introduced Quick Sync Video in our Transcoder as well as some other features.


But first check out a new article from our P2P partner Peer5 - HLS with Nimble - which describes the process of Nimble Streamer setup for both VOD streaming and RTMP transmuxing to HLS. The result stream can be used as a source for Peer5 serverless CDN which highly reduces traffic coming from from the origin.
Check our P2P streaming overview page showing different P2P capabilities and use cases.


Our latest product Nimble Streamer Live Transcoder now supports Intel® Quick Sync Video technology for hardware acceleration.
You can check our Quick Sync featured page for all details including Quick Sync encoder setup parameters and the process of enabling Quick Sync HW acceleration on Windows and on Linux.
This new integration allows using full power of Intel processors for your streaming scenarios.

We're asked how is our transcoder different from FFmpeg library which is a worldwide well-known product. We've released an article describing the benefits of our product over FFmpeg.

Mobile SDK and Screencaster

Our mobile SDK can be used for a number of live streaming cases. One of them is screencasting when you transmit the content of your screen to any destination.
We introduce Larix Screencaster which is based on mobile SDK and is capable of streaming via RTMP or RTSP.
You can get it on Google Play and set it up as described in this article.

Get it on Google Play

You can get our mobile SDK here.
In case you used it before, notice that it has a number of new features and improvements including the aforementioned screencasting.

Nimble Streamer

Nimble Streamer now has the enhanced interleaving compensation. It helps a lot in cases when video or audio stream has some delay.

Another enhancement is LATM header support for AAC while streaming via RTSP and MPEG-TS.

One more interesting feature is live HEVC transmuxing into HLS. This is useful for the cases when your end users devices are capable of H.265 playback.

The last but not the least update: check the State of Streaming Protocols for June 2016.

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