Multi-channel simulcasting is the future for mobile live video apps. Streamaxia OpenSDK is the world’s first multi-channel simulcast toolkit specifically made for mobile app developers to ‘Drag, Drop & Go Live’ in a matter of minutes.
Cluj-Napoca, Romania (PRWEB) June 08, 2017
Streamaxia SRL (http://streamaxia.com), a leading provider of live video streaming broadcast technologies for iOS, Android and WebRTC developer ecosystems, today announced the launch of its game-changing Streamaxia OpenSDK for iOS and Android – available for mobile app developers, digital agencies and brands. Streamaxia OpenSDK is a powerful live video streaming broadcast library for iOS and Android that integrates within minutes into mobile apps. All mobile apps powered by Streamaxia OpenSDK allow app users to simulcast their live video streaming content to YouTube Live, Facebook Live, Twitch, Twitter Periscope, Microsoft Azure, Akamai, Red5, DaCast, Kaltura, Wowza and other live video broadcast networks.
“Mobile live video streaming is growing at a phenomenal rate worldwide,” says Mihai Motocu, co-founder and CEO of Streamaxia. “And, multi-channel simulcasting is the future for mobile live video apps. With Streamaxia OpenSDK, any brand can embed live video streaming services into its app, allowing its user communities to broadcast content to any popular live streaming service – like Facebook Live, YouTube Live, Microsoft Azure or its own branded network – simultaneously from one branded app. We call these multi-channel simulcasting apps. Streamaxia OpenSDK is the world’s first multi-channel simulcast toolkit specifically made for mobile app developers to ‘Drag, Drop & Go Live’ in a matter of minutes.”
According to the Ericsson Mobility Report, video traffic will account for 75% of all mobile data by 2022. And Strategy Analytics forecasts more than 1 billion people will be using mobile live video streaming services by 2022.
“The exponential increases predicted for video growth will come from mobile live video streaming application and service innovation,” states Michael J. O’Farrell, co-author of Mobile Internet for Dummies. “Brands, news outlets, social media networks and enterprises are aggressively releasing live video services to increase storytelling engagement, promote new product releases, and showcase live community events like news, sports and entertainment. Streamaxia OpenSDK significantly reduces any brand’s time-to-market for launching mobile live video broadcast apps, while empowering the same brand to monetize the highly valuable ‘big data’ produced by its target communities.”
Streamaxia OpenSDK features multi-channel simulcast capabilities with no live broadcast network restrictions; adaptive bitrate settings; low latency and encrypted streaming; ultra-high-definition 4K – front and rear camera settings; local on-device recording capabilities and more. Streamaxia OpenSDK ‘Drag, Drop & Go Live’ customization tools enable developers to design, build and launch video streaming broadcast services ready to connect to any live video network in minutes. Apps powered by Streamaxia OpenSDK enable all users the ability to simulcast live streaming video and audio from any iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or Android devices to any server that supports RTMP publishing of H.264/AAC streams.
Streamaxia OpenSDK is available to download at http://streamaxia.com for iOS and Android versions.
Streamaxia SRL is a leading provider of live video streaming broadcast technologies for iOS, Android and WebRTC developer ecosystems. Streamaxia helps developers embed mobile and web applications with innovative live video stream broadcasting toolkits to accelerate their development time and, ultimately, assist developers with capitalizing on the exponential growth forecasted for mobile live video streaming broadcast and WebRTC technologies. Streamaxia customers include BenQ, Bosch, EE-BT Group UK, Microsoft, Sony and more. Streamaxia is a member of the Application Developers Alliance. For more information about Streamaxia, go to http://streamaxia.com and follow us on social media @streamaxia.