This is a series of articles. Follow the link here to get an overview over all articles. Previously on Using FFmpeg as a HLS streaming server (Part 3) – Multiple Bitrates This is the full command until now: ./ffmpeg -listen 1 -i rtmp://martin-riedl.de/stream01 \...
This is a series of articles. Follow the link here to get an overview over all articles. Previously on Using FFmpeg as a HLS streaming server (Part 2) – Enhanced HLS Segmentation The livestream with constant segment duration including x264 video encoding and aac...
This is a series of articles. Follow the link here to get an overview over all articles. Previously on Using FFmpeg as a HLS streaming server (Part 1) – HLS Basics We have set up our fist livestream that was already playable in safari. But we have seen, that the...
This is a series of articles. Follow the link here to get an overview over all articles. Goal and why HLS? My goal was to setup my own streaming server that provides a video livestream using the HLS protocol (Apple HTTP Live Streaming). HLS itself is very awesome...
The last releases contained only bugfixes and compatibility enhancements. But this update contains also some small, but very useful features. Here’s the full change-log: enable/disable timer scroll to bottom of the list when you press on the tab bar button...
It’s just a small update for relevant for all iPhone X users. The screenshots are now also updated for the latest iOS (the large titles and so on). Don’t forget to rate the app and feel free to leave a comment (here or in the App Store).
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