Output Address Format

Media address has three parts:

type://address#options

type

Describes which type of the source should be used. Available next types:

address

Source specific address

options

Options could be source specific and general. Options should divided by the & symbol. For example:

resi://#adapter=0&frequency=346&modulation=QAM256

UDP/RTP

udp://[interface@]address[:port]
rtp://[interface@]address[:port]

udp://239.255.1.1:1234
udp://eth0@239.255.1.1
udp://239.255.1.1:1234#cbr=8000

HTTP

http://interface:port[/path]

http://0:10000/channel-id/index.m3u8#no_auth — HLS stream
http://0:10000/channel-id — MPEG-TS stream

RESI

RESI — is a DVB-C modulator by the DigitalDevices

resi://#adapter=0&device=0&frequency=346&modulation=QAM256 Options:

MPEG-TS File

file://path

file:///mnt/raid0/file.ts

Network Push

Network Push is an HTTP-based media streaming protocol. It works by transmitting data from client to the server. For example, used to transmit streams to the transcoding cloud.

np://[login:password@]address[:port][/path]

np://media.example.com/channel-id