Flussonic works with almost all H264/H265 cameras, record video, capture motion events, provide multi user access via browser and mobile apps
Flussonic can take video from headends, transcode it, record for catchup and timeshift and play it out on all modern devices ingesting advert into stream.Try it for free
RTSP RTMP HLS
Getting the stream through
a satellite receiver or a PC
Automated discovery and configuration for thousands of IP cameras
Support for motion detection and integration with video analytics systems
All features are accessible in browser without any plugins
Mobile access to cameras and their archive
Support for Amazon S3, Openstack Storage and others for DVR and VOD makes your service scalable
Flussonic can be integrated with your service without any expensive Java programmers
Included transcoder will help you to get the best quality of service with multibitrate content
Flussonic has cloud and cluster capable DVR which is best on market
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