It is a web-based management panel for remote management of multiple locations of publishers and receivers. It is similar to VT Publisher and VT Receiver applications, but you control the streams from an admin panel in your web browser.
How to start?
To start exploring its functionality please contact our sales team to obtain the license and private account. The license should be shared among all the machines engaged in video delivery sessions.
Put the valid license in the Video Transport folder and start the VT_Server.exe file.
Go to the VT Web admin panel - http://rtc09.medialooks.net:9999/.
Note: We do not recommend to simultaneously use both VT Publisher and VT server.exe over the same machine.
Enter the email and password that you received with your license. Click Sign in.
|1||Name of the location (customizable)|
|2||Count of inbound and outbound streams.|
|3||Outbound streams panel.|
|5||Inbound streams panel.|
|6||Sources available at the location.|
The admin panel shows all VT instances that are currently running under the same license.
How to control streams and locations?
The "All" sources panel shows all of the sources available at a location.
To control a source, you should publish it. For this, click the Publish button
and click the Start publishing. By this, the stream moves to the Sources panel . Now you can control it.
From the Sources panel  choose the required stream and click the Stream to button:
Destination of the stream.
Output name and available hardware devices.
The bitrate of the stream (customizable)
Protocol and the codec selected.
Configure the settings for the stream and click "Stream".
Then the Stream with the specified name is on the "OUT" panel on the Publisher location and in the panel "IN" panel on the Receiver location.
You can send a stream to any number of locations.
You can send each source to multiple endpoints.
How to monitor the streams?
You can change the protocol and bitrate dynamically for each of the streams:
To change a protocol - select the one you need from a list at the "IN" streams panel.
To change a bitrate - select a new option in the bitrate list on the stream from the "OUT" panel.
To preview the stream, click on the preview button from the source panel. To get the browser preview link click the chin sign at the hight right corner .
Stream's statistics info and details are displayed below the preview window .
Statistics of the encoder could be checked from the Publishing ready streams at the Sources panel, or decoder statistics from inbound/outbound streams.
Statistics on the encoder side contain the information about video 
Encoder Source statistics info  include resolution, count of channels. current bitrate and fps.
Encoder details  include the protocol, encode and maximum possible fps of the video.
To get the decoder statistic details open the preview in the "IN" or "OUT" panel. For the in/out stream's decoder statistics include video resolution, number of audio channels, fps of the stream, number of packets lost and its percent from the total amount, and stream latency.
Decoder statistics in the "Details" line show stream's protocol, its port, bitrate, video codec and maximal possible frame rate that the decoder can handle.