EvoStream

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EvoStream Media Server
Developer(s) EvoStream Inc.
Stable release 1.6.4 / July 2013
Operating system Linux, Unix, Windows and Embedded platforms (ARM and MIPS)
Type Streaming Server Software
License Proprietary
Website www.evostream.com

The EvoStream Media Server (EMS) is a multi-format, multi-protocol media server developed by EvoStream Inc. It supports delivery to media platforms such as Adobe Flash, Apple iOS devices and QuickTime, IPTV, Microsoft Silverlight, Android, BlackBerry, and other 3GPP devices into a single workflow.[1][2]

EvoStream Media Server delivers outbound media through RTMP, RTMPS, LiveFLV, RTSP with RTP or MPEG-TS, HLS, HDS and direct MPEG-TS. It runs on Linux (all distributions), Unix (Mac OS X and FreeBSD) and Windows (7 and 2008). The EvoStream Media Server can be run on standard x86 based computer architectures as well as other embedded platforms, such as ARM and MIPS.

EvoStream Media Server is developed using C/C++ and has direct access to the native I/O of the platform it is running on.

Specification[edit]

Supported Protocols

  • Adobe Flash RTMP, RTMPT, RTMPS, LiveFLV
  • HTTP Live Streaming (HLS)
  • RTSP with RTP or MPEG-TS
  • HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS)
  • Microsoft Smooth Streaming (MSS)
  • MPEG-TS (unicast/multicast)

Supported Clients

  • Adobe Flash Player, AIR
  • iPhone, iPad, iTouch, QuickTime, Safari
  • Adobe OSMF, AdobeAir
  • Android, QuickTime, VLC, 3GPP devices
  • IPTV

Compatible Live Encoding

  • RTMP, RTMPT, RTMPS
  • RTSP/RTP, RTSP/MPEG-TS, UDP, TCP, HTTP, HTTP Proxy
  • MPEG-TS

Supported File Formats

  • MP3 (.mp3)
  • MP4 (.mp4, .m4a, .f4v, .mov, .m4v, .3gp, .3g2)
  • FLV (.flv)
  • MPEG-TS

Hardware Minimum Requirements

  • 400 MHz CPU
  • 4MB RAM

Operating System

  • Linux (all distributions, ARM, MIPS, x86)
  • Unix (Mac OS X and FreeBSD)
  • Windows (7 and 2008)

History[edit]

The EvoStream Media Server started as the CRTMPServer before forking from that project under the name EvoStream in 2011.[3]

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