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live video streaming service

Are you looking to stream your live video and audio in real time over the web and mobile platform? AV WebCast live video streaming service is a reliable user-friendly and extremely easy to use and instant online one stop end to end solution for live broadcasting your events and for worldwide publicity (corporate meeting, conference, wedding and new product launch), 24/7 live broadcasts like satellite television channel & radio, video on demand and much more.
Live streaming, delivering live over the Internet, involves a video camera for the media, a live encoder to digitize the content, a media publisher point and a content delivery network like (AV WebCast) to distribute and deliver the content uninterrupted. AV WebCast will deliver your live streaming to Playback devices such as desktop computers (MAC/PC), laptops, tablets, Android, Blackberry, iPhone/iPad or set top boxes at suitable bit rates, top clarity and less latency (Low to No Buffering).

What we offer:
• DVR (Trick play: forward, rewind and pause).
• Live streaming recording and video on demand delivery.
• Geo-blocking. ( You decide the region of presence of your live content).
• Domain locking. ( No unauthorized viewing and complete protection of your content).
• Unlimited Viewers (You’re purchasing bandwidth. see our calculator to determine which package is the best fit)

Video and Audio Formats
• Video: H.264, VP6, Sorenson Spark®, Screen Share codec
• Audio: AAC, AAC-LC, HE-AAC, MP3, Speex, NellyMoser ASAO

Live Streaming Protocols
• RTMP – Real Time Messaging Protocol. Web live streaming protocol.
• RTSP – Real Time Streaming Protocol. For mobile real-time streaming.
• HLS – HTTP Live Streaming. For Apple & Roku devices streaming.
• DaS – Dynamically Accelerated Streaming (DaS). DaS is an HTTP live streaming technology. DaS accelerate live video and audio content over the internet in real time using HTTP protocol.


Do you want the best live video production streaming system available for today’s and tomorrow’s internet broadcasting? Visit www.streambreeze.net.