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Xtreme Download Manager (XDM) - Powerfull download accelerator and video downloader

  •    Java

Xtreme Download Manager (XDM) is a powerful tool to increase download speeds up to 500%, save streaming videos from YouTube, DailyMotion, Facebook, Vimeo, Google Video and 1000+ other websites, resume broken/dead downloads, schedule and convert downloads.

Owncast - Take control over your content and stream it yourself

  •    Go

Owncast is a self-hosted live video and web chat server for use with existing popular broadcasting software. Point your live stream at a server you personally control and regain ownership over your content. Owncast is for people who are live streamers, or who wants to host live streams for others. It’s a “one to many” broadcast much like Twitch, Facebook Live, YouTube Live, etc.

server - CasparCG Server is a Windows and Linux software used to play out professional graphics, audio and video to multiple outputs

  •    C++

Thank you for your interest in CasparCG Server, a professional software used to play out and record professional graphics, audio and video to multiple outputs. CasparCG Server has been in 24/7 broadcast production since 2006. The CasparCG Server works on Windows and Linux.

aom - Alliance for Open Media Video Codec reference implementation (Mozilla branch)

  •    C

The above will generate a makefile build that produces the AV1 library and applications for the current host system after the make step completes successfully. The compiler chosen varies by host platform, but a general rule applies: On systems where cc and c++ are present in $PATH at the time CMake is run the generated build will use cc and c++ by default.The available configuration options are too numerous to list here. Build system configuration options can be found at the top of the CMakeLists.txt file found in the root of the AV1 repository, and AV1 codec configuration options can currently be found in the file build/cmake/aom_config_defaults.cmake.

video-stream.js - :soon: :vhs: Video stream middleware for express.js

  •    Javascript

Express middleware for streaming video. Call videoStream middleware passing the directory that we should look for videos.

videostreamer - Stream video (e.g. RTSP) to an HTML5 video element (MP4)

  •    C

videostreamer provides a way to stream video from an input source to HTTP. It remuxes a video input into an MP4 container which it streams to connecting clients. This provides the ability to stream an input source that may have limited connections (it opens at most one connection to the input), is not accessible via HTTP, or is not easily embeddable in a website. A friend has a camera that publishes an RTSP feed containing h264 video. It permits a limited number of connections, and being RTSP is not easily accessible on the web, such as in an HTML5 <video> element. videostreamer solves both of these problems. It reads the RTSP feed as input, remuxes the h264 video into an MP4 container, and streams it to HTTP clients. No matter how many clients are streaming the video, videostreamer only opens one RTSP connection.

multistreamer - A webapp for publishing video to multiple streaming services at once

  •    Lua

It allows users to add accounts for their favorite streaming services, and gives an endpoint for them to push video to. Their video stream will be relayed to multiple accounts. It also allows for updating their stream's metadata (stream title, description, etc) from a single page, instead of logging into multiple services.

aws-amplify-unicorntrivia-workshop - This is repository contains a self-paced workshop that uses AWS AppSync, AWS Amplify and AWS Elemental Media Services to implement a live streaming trivia system

  •    Javascript

Welcome to UnicornTrivia, a self-paced workshop that uses AWS AppSync, AWS Amplify, and AWS Elemental Media Services to implement a live trivia app as a native mobile app and for web. This 300-level re:Invent 2018 workshop is designed for intermediate developers who are familiar with Amazon Web Services, mobile application development, and command-line tools. UnicornTrivia is a Silicon Valley-based, stealth startup building the next big thing in entertainment - a live gameshow app where anyone can tune-in to compete for prize money by correctly answering trivia questions. You've just been hired as their lead developer and it's now your priority to ship a prototype of the app that they can use to pitch to investors. You've been given complete freedom to build the stack as long as you ship quickly and you've heard of a few new tools, like AWS Appsync, AWS Amplify, and AWS Elemental, that can remove a lot of the heavy lifting in building a mobile apps and video streaming services. This is your adventure in building UnicornTrivia's app.

streaming-server - Media streaming server - allows multiple clients to watch videos in sync

  •    Go

Multi-client media streaming server. Watch videos with friends, keeping everyone in sync. Please see the Wiki for a detailed guide on using this project.

qtwebflix - A qt webengine program for netflix

  •    C++

Arch users do not need to compile qtwebengine with proprietary codecs, the offical package has them enabled. Most others must compile qtwebengine with proprietary codecs.

cscore - Camera access and streaming library

  •    C++

The purpose of the CameraServer library is to provide a standardized, high performance, robust, and reliable method for code to access multiple cameras (either USB or IP), configure the camera settings, provide images to code, and stream either raw camera images or code processed images as M-JPEG over HTTP stream(s). If you are building the native version on a 64 bit Linux computer, use a GCC installation which has multilib support enabled (it can compile both 32 and 64 bit programs). The package providing that support on most Linux distributions is called gcc-multilib.

Myflix - Myflix, a Netflix clone!

  •    Shell

Myflix tries to be a somewhat simple and lightweight "DIY Netflix", similar to Plex, streama or Emby, for your DIY NAS, especially aimed at the Raspberry Pi/Odroid/etc ecosystem. It's not meant or designed to be fancy (if you have the hardware and want a ton of functionality, go for other solutions :) ), but the bare minimum to be somewhat pretty, fast and usable. The scripts create json databases that store the files location and metadata, these databases are then used to create static web pages that can be served from any web server! I still have some commenting to do, I swear I will do it when I have time...

obplayer - :radio: Open Broadcaster Player Ver 5

  •    Python

OBPlayer is a stable and secure UNIX-based media streaming playout application that can operate as a standalone player or controlled over a network by a managing OBServer instance. It can be installed remotely at a transmitter site, in the studio or as a virtual headless process on a server. OBPlayer is built with rules based intelligence to continue broadcasting no matter what happens. It functions by continually syncing with OBServer, looking for updated schedules, media, and priority broadcasts. If there is a blank spot in the schedule, it falls back to a Default Playlist. If that fails, it goes into Fallback Media Mode. If that fails, it plays from the analog input bypass. Finally, it will play a test signal as a last resort.

observer - :radio: Open Broadcaster Server Ver 5

  •    PHP

OpenBroadcaster Server uses AJAX, Gstreamer, HTML5 and Javascript to deliver a web application in support of broadcast automation, media asset management and crowd-source community programming. Copyright 2012-2018 OpenBroadcaster, Inc.

DemocracyDroid - Android application for watching Democracy Now! The war and peace report

  •    Java

This is a Democracy Now! Android app which streams and manages downloads for the video and audio broadcast of Democracy Now! It also streams the live-stream (at 8am Eastern) and collects transcripts for individual stories and headlines.

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