h264-live-player - A live h264 player for the browser (ideal for raspberrypi / raspicam )

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A live h264 player for the browser (ideal for raspberrypi / raspicam )



express : ^3.21.2
mout : ^1.0.0
stream-split : ^1.1.0
stream-throttle : ^0.1.3
ws : ^0.8.0



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