Videstra and CamStreamer have formed a strategic partnership to help bring broadcasters and media companies the most value from their live local cameras. Videstra and CamStreamer said they want to provide the best possible video from deployed cameras — even when Internet connections are less-than-ideal — using Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) techniques. SRT is an […]
Videstra and CamStreamer said they want to provide the best possible video from deployed cameras — even when Internet connections are less-than-ideal — using Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) techniques. SRT is an open-source initiative that recognizes the desire to get low-latency, high-reliability streams from devices deployed where network connections are simply not ideal.
“Network challenges often force television stations to abandon their desire to deploy cameras in great locations due to poor Internet service,” said Dan Desjardins, Videstra founder and director. “SRT is designed to overcome that limitation with unique algorithms and methods to replace lost data due to network issues. Videstra has developed the SRT protocol in our unique and flexible V-Streamer.”
“The Videstra implementation is fully compatible with the CamStreamer App embedded application for Axis IP cameras,” said David Capousek, CamStreamer CEO. “We are excited about this new strategic partnership and look forward to discussing how Videstra, CamStreamer and SRT can help broadcasters look their best, even when network conditions conspire against them.”
Both Videstra and CamStreamer are members of the SRT Alliance and boast “SRT Ready” firmware and hardware for immediate delivery.
Both companies will be at the NAB Show in Las Vegas April 8-11— Videstra at booth SU 12005) and CamStreamer at booth SU 13902.