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libstreaming - A solution for streaming H.264, H.263, AMR, AAC using RTP on Android

  •    Java

libstreaming is an API that allows you, with only a few lines of code, to stream the camera and/or microphone of an android powered device using RTP over UDP.

rtsp-simple-server - ready-to-use server and proxy that allows to read, publish and proxy video and audio streams with RTSP, RTMP, HLS

  •    Go

rtsp-simple-server is a ready-to-use and zero-dependency server and proxy that allows users to publish, read and proxy live video and audio streams through various protocols like RTSP, RTMP, HLS. It publish and read live streams to the server. It acts as a proxy and serve streams from other servers or cameras, always or on-demand.

janus-webrtc-gateway-docker - Perfect Docker Image for Media Streaming Expert User ( https://github

  •    Dockerfile

This is a docker image for Janus Webrtc Gateway. Janus Gateway is still under active development phase. So, as the official docs says, some minor modification of the middleware library versions happens frequently. I try to deal with such a chage as much as I can. If you need any request about this repo, free to contact me. About the details of setup for this docker image, you should read the official docs https://janus.conf.meetecho.com/index.html carefully. I think that janus is better for webinar(web seminar), and jitsi is better for web conference system. The scalability of the current Jitsi Video Bridge(20181007) is poor because of having no local recording file(I'm not sure of this..). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHHoqKCjJ0E Jitsi last-n + VP8 simulcasting has the very good performance for web conference https://jitsi.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/nossdav2015lastn.pdf For the video format, janus recording is per video streaming, jitsi is for mixed video conference by using chrome headlesss + ffmpeg(alsa, libxcb). From these points, janus is suitable for webinar, jitsi is for web conference. Of course, both WebRTC SFU are amazing work!! I'm using both.




gortsplib - RTSP 1.0 client and server library for the Go programming language

  •    Go

RTSP 1.0 client and server library for the Go programming language, written for rtsp-simple-server. Go ≥ 1.15 is required.






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