MPEG2TS streaming in Nimble Streamer

Nimble Streamer takes MPEG2-TS via UDP and HTTP to make outgoing media streams in various formats. UDP can be used as both unicast and multicast. Nimble supports multicast source IP according to RFC4607 SMM.
Playlists import is supported for multiple channels.
Enhanced interleaving compensation can be set up in case when your audio and video are unsynchronized.
Both LATM and ADTS AAC headers are supported.


Codecs

Video:

  • H.264, MPEG1, MPEG2 and MPEG4 input and output
  • H.265 input via MPEG-TS, SRT and RTSP with output via MPEG-DASH, RTSP, SRT, MPEG-TS and HLS
Audio:
  • AAC input and output is supported via all protocols
  • AC3 and E-AC3 input via MPEG-TS and RTSP, output via MPEG-TS, RTSP and HLS
  • MP3 input and output via all protocols
Read more about supported codecs.


Producing HLS and MPEG-DASH from MPEG2TS

Nimble Streamer transmuxes incoming MPEG2-TS into HLS and DASH streams.




MPEG2TS UDP delivery

Nimble Streamer allows delivering existing MPEG2TS by both existing transport methods.


MPEG2TS playback

Nimble Streamer allows playing live streams via HTTP MPEG2TS.
You can set it up using this scenario along with other output protocols.


Recording

Nimble Streamer has DVR feature set which allows recording of any MPEG-TS live streams for further playback via HLS and MPEG-DASH.


Re-package between live protocols.

Same transmuxing engine allows re-packaging MPEG-TS content from and into the following protocols.


Hot swap

Hot swap capabilities allow switching between source origin and substitute streams with no glitches or artifacts:


H.265/HEVC support

Nimble has HEVC support for MPEG-TS as output. As a source, you can use RTSP, SRT, and MPEG-TS over UDP and TCP besides H.264.


Aliasing

Stream aliases are available for making flexible security settings and statistics.

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Easy installation and upgrade

Nimble Streamer can be installed in a couple of small steps and upgraded to the latest version by running two or three simple commands in console.


Let us know if you need any help and search through our documentation to find more information.

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