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.
At Kaltura, we strive to be a great steward in the educational, media, and enterprise markets, living values that are centered around openness, flexibility, reliability, and innovation. While many companies and organizations claim such objectives, it’s difficult to execute flawlessly in all aspects of servicing such a dynamic market. We love competition in the space
If you’re interested in Open Source Media projects, be sure to hit the Open Media devroom at FOSDEM next week. The conference is happening in Brussels on January 30 and 31. We’re proud to be organizing this particular developer room along with the European Broadcasting Union. Come by to discuss all things Free & Open
Our engineering team has been hard at work, and they’ve got some spanking new code for you — did I mention it’s a BETA release? It’s really a pre-release that is not ready for production sites, but should be reasonably functional. We’d love to have lots of folks testing it and giving us feedback while
As you may have read on Kaltura’s corporate blog, we’re having a big meetup today, Tuesday, July 27th, 2010, at 6pm at Kaltura’s NYC HQ, right near Union Square (signup here). It will be a good time with pizza and drinks and friendly open source video developers. Besides taking the time to look more closely