New Version of Unreal Media Server Streams from Any Source to Any Screen

Unreal Streaming Technologies has released a new version of Unreal Media Server software, adding new video acquisition and delivery protocols such as RTSP and MPEG2-TS, allowing receiving live audio-video from virtually any source and streaming to virtually any device.

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Unreal Media Server

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 09, 2012

On May 7, 2012 Unreal Streaming Technologies released version 9.0 of Unreal Media and Live servers.

Ability to receive and broadcast live audio-video from RTSP IP cameras and MPEG2-TS sources, support for RTMPT protocol, Flash streaming of media files, streaming to Set-Top boxes with MPEG2-TS protocol and other features and enhancements were added in this major release.

Unreal Media Server is a software streaming server offering rich choice of live and on demand streaming functionality. It supports variety of streaming protocols to deliver content to Flash Player, Silverlight, Windows Media Player, Unreal Media Player, mobile devices and Set-Top boxes.

The server supports UMS (our proprietary, DirectShow-based, codec-independent) protocol for streaming to Unreal Media Player in Unicast and Multicast modes; RTMP and RTMPT protocols for streaming to Flash Player; MS-WMSP protocol for streaming to Silverlight, Windows Media Player; MPEG2-TS protocol for streaming to Set-Top boxes and iOS devices.

Refer to our architecture page for technical details.
Download free version of Unreal Media Server and enjoy!


Contact

  • STEVE FOX
    Unreal Streaming Technologies
    (678) 984-4980
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