Telestream Cloud Stream Monitor And Wirecast Now Have Full SRT Support

Telestream Cloud Stream Monitor and Wirecast streaming solutions have achieved SRT Plugged status by successfully completing interoperability testing at the SRT InterOp Plugfest.

Telestream Cloud Stream Monitor now enables users to monitor live video quality from streams transported via SRT. By repeatedly demonstrating compatibility and interoperability with other SRT Alliance members, SRT Plugged status was validated. Tests confirmed interoperability with over 20 different SRT enabled devices from a variety of market-leading encoding and content delivery systems. The latest Wirecast release was used as a live video contribution source via the SRT protocol.

“This is great news for customers looking to either monitor or contribute video over SRT, which has become an emerging standard for anyone delivering live video over public internet and cloud backplanes,” said Kenneth Haren, Director of Product Management at Telestream.

SRT (Secure Reliable Transport) is an open-source video transport protocol, developed by Haivision, that enables the delivery of high-quality, secure, low-latency video across the public Internet. This allows for optimized streaming performance across unpredictable networks, bringing the best quality live video over the worst network connections. SRT represents an alternative to costly satellite links, purpose-built fiber networks, or proprietary transport solutions.

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