This year’s SRT InterOp Plugfest was a pivotal event for testing interoperability and compatibility within the streaming industry. Beginning on May 9th and spanning an entire week, this year’s Plugfest showcased remarkable participation and engagement from vendors, resulting in extensive device-to-device tests and fostering the continued growth of the Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) protocol. Click here to read the full post (link to the blog on haivision.com)
X-Pert Multimedia Solutions, a leading broadcast software developer, has added support for SRT to its X-Pert Playout on both the encoding and decoding sides and to its X-Pert Ingest. The company also joined the 350 SRT Alliance, a community of over 350 industry leaders, united by the mission to change the way the world streams, last month. “SRT gives an additional value to our software by ensuring delivery of high quality, secure, and low latency video streaming across public networks. [...]
Many existing on-premise broadcast workflows are based on the RTP protocol, but did you know that SRT can be used to extend the reach of those workflows by tunneling RTP through SRT over unreliable networks such as the public internet? In this post, we’ll take you through a very simple end to end workflow as an example. The following diagram shows how RTP is used to send an MPEG2 transport stream from a video encoder to a video decoder within [...]
SRT Open Source Project Continues Momentum as Ericsson, BrightSign and Others Join the SRT Alliance, Now With 127 MembersAnna Kozel
First SRT Virtual Plugfest yields more than 50 successful “SRT Ready” interoperability tests including contribution encoders, cameras, gateway products, decoders, multiviewers and players.
CineMassive, Haivision, LiveScale, Lumens, Matrox, and Wowza solutions work together to bring high-quality, low-bitrate streaming with SRT transport protocol