media delivery server on the market.
Some formats and protocols it can transmux, stream and re-stream for
has MP4 for
and some more.
H.264 and H.265
are supported for HLS and MPEG-DASH.
It handles all that with low resource usage and high performance available for x64 and ARM via Linux, Windows, MacOS and RaspberryPi.
Yes, it's a freeware. Go to Nimble main page to browse full variety of feature sets.
and control for
Multiple servers instances are supported which allows controlling delivery networks. Reporting framework gives real-time statistics for bandwidth and connections while daily granulated metrics like connections, unique visitors, traffic, bandwidth, duration, geo and ISP, players and device. In-depth stats give per-file and per-stream daily metrics.
White label capabilities allow providing stats for selected servers, apps and streams to selected end-users via custom domain.
Decode, transform and encode live video and audio streams. Input codecs include
for video and
AAC, MP3, MP2 and Speex
audio. Supported protocols are RTMP, RTSP, MPEG2TS, HLS and MPEG-DASH.
Low resource usage and high performance give cost-efficient processing. Drag-n-drop easy-to-use web UI allows applying filters without interruption of streaming.
Security features include various scenarios from
to more sophisticated
not to mention
Centralized WMSPanel service gives flexibility for easy control over large deployments for both Wowza and Nimble Streamer.
Our broadcasting library provides necessary
API for broadcasting
live video and audio content
from mobile device.
The streams can be published to any media server via
RTSP and RTMP
with basic and digest authentication.
Landscape and portrait modes are supported for users' convenience.
SDK is available for licensing with affordable prices.
Larix Broadcaster is a
video and/or audio content
from mobile device
to any media server which supports RTSP and RTMP publishing. It has both
landscape and portrait
It's a fully functional demo for our broadcasting library. Larix' sources are included in library SDK so it can be seed as a starting point for building your streaming apps.