Astra. Media Address Format.

Media Address describes the location and parameters of the source and destination.

The square brackets indicates an optional part of the example

Introduction

Media Address describes the location and parameters of the source and destination. Address format:

module://address#options

DVB

DVB module available for Input only.

DVB module supports two formats of address. First is address with DVB identifier:

dvb://dvb-id

The second is an address with all options to tune an adapter. This method could be used in the Astra Femon and in the Astra Analyze. Examples:

Additional options for Input:

UDP/RTP

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

Additional options for Input:

Additional options for Output:

Examples:

HTTP

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

Additional options for Input:

Additional options for Output:

Examples:

FAQ:

RTSP

RTSP available for Input only.

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

RTSP has no additional options.

MPEG-TS File

file://path

Additional options for Input:

Additional options for Output:

Examples:

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.

Network Push available for Output only.

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

Additional options for Output:

Examples:

General options

General options for any type of Input:

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