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Unlock the New Potential of Flussonic Media Server 23.06: The First Release of this Summer!
Elevate your media server performance with Flussonic Media Server 23.06—the latest release that innovates the way you handle streaming content. Incorporating Erlang 25.3.2, this edition delivers superior performance compared to previous versions, plus an enhanced Admin Interface for setting up SCTE markers and secure IPTV subscription capabilities. You can also refine ticket handling and easily access license information in the client area. Other exciting new features include advanced SRT publication options enabling dynamic naming through config_external; H.265 playback in DVR player over HLS; crucial multiplexer functionality fixes; compatibility with Coder; consistent delivery of a smooth Docker environment; and top-notch preparation for Kubernetes.
Unlock simpler, faster, and more efficient streaming services by upgrading to Flussonic Media Server 23.06 or taking up a free trial. This cutting-edge release is guaranteed to transform your media management into an effortless experience!
Admin User Interface
The Flussonic Admin UI now makes it simple to configure ttxt_descriptors, allowing users to enable or disable streams using files on disk at the touch of a button.
Furthermore, you can quickly utilize SCTE markers for segment-based protocols such as HLS, HDS, and DASH, creating a seamless experience for ad insertion, content navigation, emergency alerts, dynamic content variations, and interactive experiences.
Plus, with checks for uniqueness in both subscriber names and package names, managing IPTV subscriptions is a breeze. Moreover, to ensure smooth operation, we’ve added the ability to set output audio for RTSP inputs directly from the Admin UI—allowing you to select from an easy-to-use dropdown list of allowed values.
Say goodbye to the stress of trying to keep up with technical support tickets and license information! Our new ticketing tab ensures seamless communication between customers and our helpful support team. Now, tracking your progress is as easy as copying a simple link from the comment box icon.
We’ve also improved the display of license stats — providing customers with the information they need to make informed decisions about their installations. Simply use our improved tracking capabilities to stay ahead of business requirements — so you can upgrade or scale up without worrying about the details. With these intuitive improvements, getting (and staying!) on top of every aspect of your business has never been easier.
We are pleased to introduce our new “DVR Player” feature, designed to enhance your video experience. Now you can effortlessly enjoy both live and archived H.265 videos in our DVR Player, available on the embed.html page and the Overview tab of the stream profile. Powered by the advanced fMP4 media container and streamed over HLS, this addition provides convenient access and puts you in control of your video content. Explore high-quality playback, seamless navigation, and flexible options with our reliable DVR Player.
We’ve revolutionized SRT publication with our new dynamic stream naming feature via config_external. This groundbreaking innovation maximizes flexibility, renders system integration effortless, and enables automated stream creation, providing a streamlined experience when it comes to managing your streams.
We’re also proud to announce that our improved “handshake” processes have eradicated lingering issues of “Listener’s backlog exceeded” errors, allowing you to enjoy uninterrupted streaming. With the seamless publication capabilities enabled by our solution, you can take your streaming experience to the next level today!
Prometheus-compatible formatting is now available via the API, allowing you to generate precisely tailored responses according to your specific needs.
The config_external API has been extended with separate methods for updating dynamic streams and creating new ones, which can further be disabled to provide greater control.
Accompanied by x-api-allow and x-api-deny directives, you can customize the API schema with detailed precision. For legacy installations, certain deprecated fields have also been reinstated, granting seamless integration with older versions of Watcher which are not yet completely independent from Media Server - so updating Media Server separately remains a viable option until the 23.09 release.
Embrace the power of effortless transformation with our latest update for deploying Flussonic Media Server in Docker. With optimized sysctl and /proc settings, enjoy a hassle-free experience absent from confounded errors. Unlock the gateway to magnified potency by bypassing these obstacles and encounter a superlative deployment of Flussonic Media Server within your Docker environment.
We are delighted to announce that with our most recent upgrade, the multiplexer pusher is now improved with an enhanced bitrate allocation system specifically designed to support teletext and SCTE PIDs. The revamped bitrate ensure data is faithfully preserved, whilst judiciously utilizing the bandwidth of the pusher, thereby guaranteeing a seamless and uninterrupted performance for the users.
Forget about power consumption measurement errors and booting problems! We’ve just upgraded Flussonic Coder, our hardware solution, with enhanced capabilities that ensure accurate monitoring and reliable cold starts. Now you can confidently fire up your Nvidia Jetson TX2 SoC modules without any worries—no more false pulsedb messages or unnecessary alarms! Enjoy the improved precision and reliability of our newly revised Flussonic Coder.
To ensure flawless streaming, it is essential to configure an NTP server on the Flussonic server. Our documentation provides an outline of the prerequisites needed to initiate multicast streams—a crucial step for avoiding time discrepancies between the source and our pusher.
The article called Setting Up CDN has been updated to better explain teh purpose of a CDN and its benefits in broadcasting live and archived video. Read this article to learn how to implement a CDN pipeline.
Finally, we have added a new article to our Documentation Section that provides a detailed explanation of multiplexers, their importance, and how they can be effectively designed and used in different projects.