The SRT Open Source Project, the fastest growing open source video streaming movement, continues in its mission to make SRT the de facto standard for low latency video streaming.
Matrox Maevex 6150 enterprise encoder and LiveScale cloud omnicast platform enable end-to-end streaming system to easily deliver 4K content from any source to any device and destination
Cabletime Announces ‘SRT-Ready’ MediaStar IP Re-Caster Gateway Product Now Supporting Srt Alliance ImplementationsSRT Alliance
Newbury, Berkshire, 4 December 2017 – Cabletime, developer of the MediaStar range of IPTV, video streaming and digital signage solutions, has announced that its MediaStar IP Re-Caster Gateway solution, which enables IPTV distribution across a WAN or non-multicast supported network, has been declared as ‘SRT Ready’.
Kaltura and 32 Other Streaming and Broadcast Companies Join SRT Alliance for Low Latency Video StreamingSRT Alliance
Now with 70 members, the SRT Alliance continues in its mission to make open source SRT the de facto standard for low latency video streaming.
LiveScale now supports HEVC over SRT as an alternative to H.264 over RTMP to dramatically increase bandwidth utilization and picture quality when streaming to websites, mobile applications, broadcasters and social media.
Matrox Graphics has joined the SRT Alliance, a group promoting an open source video transport protocol that was founded by Haivision and Wowza.
Widely supported for low latency video streaming, freely available SRT now helps organizations reduce infrastructure cost with support for file transport and simplified IT workflows AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS (IBC 2017) – September 15, 2017 – The SRT Alliance, an open-source initiative dedicated to overcoming the challenges of low-latency video streaming, announces the availability of the latest version (1.3) of the SRT video transport protocol. The new version supports encrypted fast file transfer of VOD files and the multiplexing of streams within [...]
Eurovision Media Services is pleased to join more than 35 organizations as part of the SRT Alliance to support the continued adoption and development of the low latency SRT open source video transport protocol.
14 new members represent wide-range of industry applications and services