Run the application. It looks like:
|1||The current version of the Video Transport, the expiration date of the on-going license, count of using/available channels and the latest release version.|
|2||Download the latest release version to update your Video Transport.|
|3||The current location. It's possible to set the custom name, like "Napoli-Studio3".|
Publisher ID. Use it to separate the visibility of the streams.
|5||Available sources on the computer.|
|8||URL of the current stream to open in the browser.|
Click this button to add a network stream (UDP, RTMP, or IP camera) as a source for publishing:
"URL" is the target stream URL.
"Parameters" is for extra settings.
|10||Button to remove a selected source from the list.|
|11||Buttons to control the streaming.|
|12||Buttons with a display indexes to enable full-screen preview.|
How to start a stream?
First, check that the current version of the Video Transport is the same or higher than the latest release version. If not - click the button "Update" to get the newest release.
The Video Trasport Publisher has a list of the available sources. Once you select a source, you can preview it and monitor the video statistics in the statistic areas.
The Publisher ID is a key name that should be used in the VT Receiver to receive streams from this VT Publisher. You can set a custom name as a Publisher ID and use it in the other instances of VT Publisher and VT Receiver.
The Location indicates a stream name to recognize the streams on the receiver side. You can change the value for any custom value.
To start publishing - select the desired bitrate and click the "Start Publishing" button.
Once the stream has been started, the URL appears in the URL box. You can open the URL in the browser or share the link with remote viewers.
|1||The current version of the Video Transport, the expiration date of the on-going license, number of using/available channels and the latest release version.|
|2||Publisher ID. Use it to separate the visibility of the streams.
Note: with the latest licenses the Publisher ID is hardwired into the license file.
|3||Copy the web guest link to the browser to open the Streaming page. In it, you can start publishing your web camera.|
|4||Button to connect to the Publisher ID in the text box.|
List of the streams that are visible with a current license and Publisher ID.
You can select the protocol of the stream.
Video statistics of the steam:
|8||A current frame rate of the decoded stream.|
|9||A current bitrate of the stream.|
You can change the size of the buffer.
Current latency of the stream. If it less then 350 ms will be shown two values:
If the latency more then 350 will be shown only the real latency.
|12||Lost packets: count and percent of the total value.|
You can select the output destination.
|14||A textbox with the output name of the stream. You ca|
|15||Buttons to control the output.|
|16||Buttons with a display indexes to enable full-screen preview and mutes/unmutes preview.|
How to receive a stream?
You can see a list of sources available for the current Publisher ID in the source panel. Once you select a source, the Receiver establishes a connection with Publisher. And you can preview the stream and monitor the video statistics.
By default, VT Receiver is using the SRT protocol with the n265 codec(HEVC). But you can change it to SRT with H.264 (AVC) video or WebRTC (AVC). You can change the protocol in the Protocol combobox.
To output the received video you should select the method to output the stream (like NDI, an output device, or virtual device) and click the Start Output button.