|QuickTime Streaming Server 4.1.1|
About QuickTime Streaming Server
When launched in 1999, QuickTime Streaming Server rocked the streaming media industry to its foundations with its open sourced, standards-based Real-Time Transport Protocol/Real-Time Streaming Protocol (RTP/RTSP) engine. Now QuickTime Streaming Server 4 extends its support for standards by adding both MPEG-4 and MP3 to its palette of capabilities.
QuickTime Streaming Server delivers both hinted QuickTime (.mov), hinted MPEG-4 (.mp4) files in real time over the Internet via the Real-time Transport Protocol/Real-Time Streaming Protocol (RTP/RTSP). It can also deliver MP3 files via Icecast-compatible protocols. It delivers both video on demand (VoD) and, when combined with broadcasting software, live streams. It is perfect for serving live events over the web, when partnered with broadcaster software, or for creating a 24x7 video or radio station with the included Playlist Broadcaster, or delivering long-form media. It is also perfect for those concerned with customers downloading files locally: real time streaming means the data is “consumed” as it is delivered, leaving no file to play back locally.
What’s New in this Version
Enhancements to Mac OS X version 10.2 and the QuickTime Broadcaster now allow for remote operation of the QuickTime Broadcaster. QuickTime Streaming Server 4.1.1 update release offers web-based administration for users to easily administer their broadcasts from a remote machine. This functionality is also supported at the local server machine.
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