A software encoder can take raw video frames and convert it into a digital format that is compatible for distribution with Dolby.io. This type of integration can typically be done without additional hardware requirements and eases adoption of real-time streaming workflows.
Review these guides for how to setup your preferred tools for real-time streaming integrations.
FlowCaster from Drastic Technologies lets you share high quality video over IP for remote collaboration and review workflows. This tool supports broadcasting with WHIP.
FFmpeg is a free open-source software project with command-line tools for handling video, audio, and other multimedia. The
ffmpeg command-line tool can be used to forward streams with RTMP. This can be helpful for quickly streaming a media file from disk.
GStreamer is a free open-source software project and multimedia framework to build media processing pipelines. The tools can be used to ingest streams with WHIP. This can be helpful for complex workflows that operate on media streams.
LiveU Studio is a cloud production tool for live video feeds. It supports WHIP.
Zoom is a video collaboration platform. The application supports streaming use cases with RTMP which allows you to distribute your meeting with Dolby.io Real-time Streaming.
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