List of RTMP software
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RTMP live video encoder software
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- Adobe Media Flash Live Encoder
- Nimble Streamer Transcoder
- Open Broadcaster Software
- XSplit Broadcaster
- Wowza Transcoder, a module part of the Wowza Streaming Engine
RTMP server software
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Some full implementation RTMP servers are:
- Adobe Flash Media Server,
- FreeSWITCH RTMP media streaming available with mod_rtmp and allow interconnecting with other VoIP protocols (SIP, H.323), etc.
- Nginx with nginx-rtmp-module
- Nimble Streamer has RTMP streaming, publishing and re-publishing.
- Helix Universal Server can support RTMP, RTMPT and RTMPS streaming for live and on-demand content. (Discontinued in 2014)
- Red5 Media Server is a Java open source project which delivers a powerful video streaming and multi-user solution to the Adobe Flash Player and other client technologies.
- Unreal Media Server supports live RTMP streaming, in real-time and buffered modes.
- Wowza Streaming Engine has full support for RTMP streaming for live streams and VOD.
- WebORB Integration Server (RTMP/RTMPT/RTMPS messaging and media streaming available for .NET and Java Enterprise, Community and Cloud editions)
- Media Streaming Server SDK from LEAD Technologies supports RTMP, RTMPT and RTMPS.
- Flashphoner Web Call Server – a multi-protocol server (including SIP, RTMP and other) designed to effortlessly integrate various software and hardware solutions: browsers, VoIP online conference services, softphones, SIP switches, IP cameras etc.
|Adobe Flash Player (web browser plug-in)||Windows, OS X, Chrome OS, Linux||The most widely adopted RTMP client, which supports playback of audio and video streamed from RTMP servers.|
|Gnash (web browser plug-in/media player)||Windows, Linux||An open source replacement for the Flash Player, intends to support RTMP streaming for Linux.|
|VLC media player||Windows, OS X, Linux, iOS, Android||As of version 2.1+ |
Has partial support for playing RTMP streams (not RTMPE).
|MPC-HC||Windows||As of version 1.7.8+ |
Can open rtmp streams if started from command prompt with the URL as argument, or with entering the URL into the "Open File..." dialog.
|XBMC Media Center||Windows, OS X, Linux, iOS (jailbroken), Android||Has partial support for playing RTMP streams (not RTMPE).|
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