December 11, 2023

Comment résoudre les perturbations de Flussonic : Optimiser les paramètres réseau pour une sortie HLS transcodée fluide

Optimiser les paramètres réseau pour une sortie HLS transcodée fluide
October 5, 2023

What is WebRTC and how to make online communication and streaming more comfortable?

WebRTC is an open standard that allows for independent development and integration into a streaming platform.
September 15, 2023

Revolutionizing Software Development

Flussonic’s Engineering Approach for Universal and Unique Solutions
September 5, 2023

How to Unlock Watcher's Potential: A Client-First Strategy with Central and Pull Transformation

In this article, we’re going to dive into how we transformed the architecture of the Watcher video surveillance system.
February 16, 2023

AV1 Codec Explained: The Path Forward for Online Video

Looking for an in-depth understanding of the AV1 codec and its potential impact on online video? AV1 is the latest video codec and it is about to take over the world. Here is why you should get on board.
August 2, 2022

TWCC — Server-Side Implementation of Adaptive WebRTC Protocol for Large Scale Simulcast Projects

TWCC (Transport Wide Congestion Control) is a RTP extention of WebRTC protocol that is used for adaptive bitrate video streaming while mainteining a low transmission latency. This article is provided as a background for the latest Flussonic Media Server release that includes TWCC implementation.
April 4, 2022

What is a Video Pipeline?

Video transmission is also a conveyor. We often mention this term - we introduce customers to the video pipeline that we are building.
December 23, 2021

How to update the servers the right way

We have written this article with some tips to follow to help our users with the update process
December 21, 2021

How we ended up with OpenAPI

How we transformed the product development process from the traditional Code First approach in building API
May 21, 2021

Unlocking the Power of Subtitles: A Comprehensive Guide to Their Evolution, Technology, and Crucial Role in Media Broadcasting

Why Do We Burn Subtitles. The history of subtitles goes back to when people realized that dubbing takes too much effort, time and money.