LEADTOOLS Multimedia SDKs offer a full range of multimedia streaming functionality to developers. The SDK supports the widest variety of streaming technologies including high-level Media Streaming Server, Client/Server Video Conferencing, MPEG-2 Transport, RTSP and more. LEADTOOLS turns normally complex tasks using low-level DirectShow or Media Foundation into simple tasks requiring much less coding.
Overview of LEADTOOLS Multimedia Streaming SDK Technology
The LEADTOOLS Media Streaming Server provides developers with everything they need to quickly and easily build professional audio/video multimedia streaming applications for playback on any device. This advanced technology takes any file or repository and converts it on the fly to a variety of formats and industry-standard protocols including Flash, Adobe HDS, Apple HTTP Live Streaming, MPEG-DASH, Microsoft Smooth Streaming, RTSP and HTML5.
Advanced video conferencing technology for developing DirectShow and Media Foundation applications that require video capture, playback, transmission and efficient compression. LEAD's collection of world-class audio and video codecs will improve quality and speed while also cutting back on bandwidth consumption, creating the perfect environment for broadcasting and receiving live multimedia streams over industry-standard communication protocols.
With LEADTOOLS MPEG-2 Transport Stream SDK technology, developers can add complete support for one of the most popular multimedia formats today. MPEG-2 Transport stream technology is used in digital television, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), Blu-ray media and more, and supports MPEG-2, MPEG-4, H.265 and H.264 encoded video.
LEADTOOLS includes DirectShow filters and Media Foundation Transforms that support Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP) for sending and receiving audio and video over UDP and HTTP Internet or intranet connections. Developers can use LEADTOOLS to create or connect to any RTSP source to create powerful applications for surveillance, shop floor machine vision, video conferencing, live streaming, video on demand and more.