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Old 7th June 2016, 19:50   #1  |  Link
Ely
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Successor of RTMP for VP9/OPUS streaming ?

Hey,

So I was wondering, let's say someone were to create a new streaming platform (such as twitch) with one big difference : the codecs would have to be VP8|9 and OPUS. And I'm not talking about the broadcaster sending H264/AAC and then the platform transcoding, I'm talking about VP9/OPUS through the whole pipeline. What would be the drop-in replacement for RTMP ?

Would DASH be an option ? As far as I understand, one of the problems with DASH is that it introduces latency. And can it even be used for the broadcaster -> platform part ?

I was also wondering about the media protocol inside WebRTC. Anyone knows what it is ? It's a protocol that can handle VP9/OPUS streaming from client to client, so this would be a very interesting path to follow.

Thanks!
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