March 24, 2023

Price adjustment for Nimble Streamer

Since the first release of the first Nimble Streamer server in April of 2012, our team has always been focused on the quality, performance and availability of the product. As for the monetization aspect, we tried to stay low cost in order to be an affordable solution. The price per core instance was gradual up until 2017 and never exceeded 10 USD. In 2017 we set it precisely to 10 USD to make things simple. We kept these low prices despite the increasing costs of development and maintenance as well as overall pricing trends of our streaming media industry.

Now, a decade after our server introduction, we are increasing the price for Nimble Streamer server.

The new price is 50 USD per month per server instance.
Other prices, such as licenses for Transcoder and Addenda as well as WMSPanel features and stats, remain the same.

All trial accounts have this new price for their subscriptions effective March 23rd.

We appreciate all of our current subscribed customers so we give some additional time to adopt the new costs.
All existing subscriptions will be upgraded accordingly.

In addition to that, the number of servers per billing cycle is now calculated by peak value. So if you add and remove servers, the charged amount will reflect the maximum number of simultaneous servers within the billing cycle.

Our team will keep improving and maintaining Nimble Streamer along with adding new outstanding cutting-edge features. We want to thank all of our customers who supported us through the past decade and we are confident that we'll move forward together in our endeavor.

If you have any questions, please let us know.

March 3, 2023

WebRTC ingest support in Larix Broadcaster

Larix Broadcaster mobile apps for Android and iOS have become very popular among live streaming community in the last several years and they are widely used in all sorts of scenarios and setups.

It has one-of-a-kind set of connectivity features which includes the support for SRT, RTMP, RTSP and RIST, allowing for multiple simultaneous connections to several destinations. It also supports Talkback, pause and stand-by modes, audio-only streaming and more.

Now we introduce WebRTC support via WHIP signaling in Larix Broadcaster.

You may ingest WebRTC into any software capable of processing it via WHIP. This includes the following names:

Feel free to install Larix Broadcaster and try it now:

Please contact us if you've also tested Larix WebRTC with your server or service. WHIP signaling becomes one of the industry standards, so we all need to make sure of full interoperability between solutions.

If you'd like to integrate WebRTC ingest in your streaming app, check our mobile SDKs:
and subscribe in case you want to try.

Larix Broadcaster uses Pion implementation of WebRTC API.
Softvelum extends a special thanks to Sean DuBois and all Pion contributors.

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