Live streaming is in much demand nowadays. Kaltura first introduced an end to end live streaming solution back in 2013. The Kaltura Live Streaming mechanism makes use of the Wowza streaming engine [http://wowza.com] and the code for Kaltura’s side of things can be found here: https://github.com/kaltura/media-server Wowza’s software is well established and it definitely works.
People see the streaming of video growing, not just in their personal lives, but in their professional lives as well. Video has amazing benefits for business. Yet it comes with a price—video can also take a huge amount of storage and bandwidth to handle. For many businesses, it is not clear how much space is
Adrian Pennington on The Write Stuff cited an article in Broadcast recently that’s worth taking a look at. As illegal streaming continues to rise, he examines some of the measures that broadcasters are taking against digital piracy to protect their media investment. He notes, Brand protection service NetNames reckons that more than 23% of web
Earlier this year, Russ Lichterman from Wilmington University shared his experience in building a portable studio on a budget. Now, he returns with some new discoveries on a cost-effective idea for encoders. Affordable Encoders for Live Streaming By Russ Lichterman As you know live streaming can be a bit of a struggle to find the
Kaltura Live Streaming Analytics is a management tool that provides powerful information about live streams captured within the KMC (Kaltura Management Console) environment. Our goal is to provide customers with the ability to make informed, real-time decisions through interactive dashboards and deep user experience analytics. With real-time and historical information about live sessions activities and
This post assumes you have Kaltura CE4 and Red5 installed and configured for webcam recording, if you don’t read this post. In this final video post about Kaltura CE4 and Red5 integration, we will show how to enable RTMP delivery and live streaming. RTMP delivery and live streaming using Red5
You can check also the CE4 and Red5 integration video post series. We’ve done a little back room hacking over the Thanksgiving holiday to bring you a relatively easy way to add the free open source Red5 Flash Server to our Community Edition 3. The result? Live streaming for your events, RTMP streaming for your