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nanoStream and Google Chrome

Note: this Information covers the Transition Phase for Chrome 44 to 45. With the availability of nanoStream 4, all newer Chrome Browsers are supported by nanoStream.

NANOSTREAM AND GOOGLE CHROME

In Chrome version 42 introduced in April, 2015, Google changed the default setting for NPAPI plugins like nanoStream from “enabled” to “disabled”. You can re-enable NPAPI support by changing the Chrome Flag for up to Chrome 44.
This setting will be has been removed from Chrome 45 in September 2015, when all NPAPI plugin support from Chrome will be discontinued.

nanoStream Product Options for Web Browsers

All nanocosmos customers will be able to proceed using our nanoStream technology in desktop browser environments. We will
keep providing solutions and updates to our web based live video encoder software along with new browser technologies.

See our separate page for further information about browser plugin, NPAPI, Chrome Extension and WebRTC based live encoding.

Background info about NPAPI Plugins

The NPAPI technology is based on native C/C++ code which enables system-level functions in custom plugins within browser environments. Google considers this a security risk, as it is not “sandboxed” as other technologies. Until now, NPAPI is the only plugin technology available on all browsers and desktop platforms (except Internet Explorer, which is using Active-X).


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nanoStream Live Encoding Software @ NAB Show 2015

Category : Articles , Featured , News , Press , Products

nanoStream Live Encoding Software @ NAB Show 2015


Join us at the NAB Show in Las Vegas

nanoStream live broadcasting

Join us in Las Vegas to talk about our new nanoStream software solutions for Mobile, Desktop and Browser based Live Video Encoding. See how easy it is with our nanoStream technology tocreate your own professional live streaming applications (for live production of news, sports, music, worship, conferencing, chat, and many other use cases).

Live video streaming is buzzing! Maybe you heard about Meerkat and Periscope. You want the live video encoding and streaming experience in your app? Adding live video streaming to your app has become very easy with nanoStream. Would you like to take live video from your mobile camera, a GoPro camera or the DJI Phantom or Parrot’s Bebop and share it through social media? Then visit us at our booth SU13212 to talk about our easy-to-use nanoStream Toolkits and nanoStream App’s for adding live encoding and streaming on Mobile (iOS and Android), Desktop (Windows and MacOS) and Browser environments.

New Product Updates!

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  • New nanoStream Apps and SDKs for iOS, Android, Windows, and MacOS
  • Live Streaming from GoPro and Drones with iPhone and iPad
  • (over mobile networks from GoPro, DJI Phantom or Parrot Bebop Wi-Fi , for iOS)
  • Adaptive Bitrate Encoding Optimized for Mobile Networks
  • Local Recording while streaming (HD)
  • Sharing over Twitter and Facebook from your mobile device (optional customizations possible)
  • New WebRTC Browser Client with RTMP Transcoding in the Cloud (Win, Mac, Android)
  • Live RTMP Meta Data Ingest
  • Live HLS Multi-Format Ingest (nanoStream for Windows)
  • nanoStream Apps connecting to nanoStream or any custom RTMP server
  • Improved Broadcast Modules for file based H.264, H.265 and MXF ingest and playout

New Reference Applications for Testing and Sample Source Code!

All platforms include H.264 and AAC encoding and RTMP streaming, compatible to existing media server and CDN systems.


Mobile Encoding Meets Professional Broadcast

nanocosmos Mobile encoding

The nanoStream SDK and Apps for Windows, MacOS, iOS and Android can perfectly be used to create your own custom branded live encoding applications. You can license our software for your own deployment, or use our rebranding services for a fast to market solution. Professional software development services and consultancy are available as well.

The nanocosmos software is based on our own inhouse developed technology for audio/video encoding, decoding and streaming formats and applications, not requiring third party components or critical open-source license.

Features and functions include live encoding for streaming and recording, adaptive bitrate, MP4/H.264/H.265/AAC, MXF, RTMP, RTSP, UDP, HLS/TS, Screen Sharing, Meta Data Ingest, Broadcast Integration, HD Video Mixing and overlays, WebRTC.

Contact us for a meeting or more information.


(Deutsche Version / German Version)

Treffen Sie uns bei der NAB in Las Vegas

Treffen Sie uns in Las Vegas, um über unsere neuen Software-Entwicklungen für das Live-Video-Streaming zu sprechen. Mit der nanoStream-Software ist es sehr einfach, kundenspezifische Live-Anwendungen bereitzustellen. Verfügbar als SDK, Apps, Anwendungen für Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android. Neben der nanoStream Live-Encoder-Software bieten wir Codecs und Broadcast-Module an für filebasiertes Transcoding mit H.264, MPEG und MXF. Zusätzlich sind Support, Beratung und Entwicklung als Option verfügbar.

Nehmen Sie Kontakt auf für ein persönliches Treffen oder weitere Informationen.


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Showcase: Live Music Video Streaming for TV Broadcast

nanoStream is being used for a Live Music Video Streaming TV Show for Ampya.com, powered by myvideo.de.

Based on our nanoStream Toolkit for Windows, we are using a customized encoder software to provide the best possible integration into a Live TV production environment.
The project is a cooperation between nanocosmos, Fernsehwerft Berlin and Ampya.com.

Specific requirements were solved with the software solution which not otherwise would have been possible to easily:

  • Live Video Encoding of 2xRTMP Streams (SD and HD), and 5xHLS streams to directly ingest into a broadcast CDN
  • Seemless integration of a Meta Data ingest UI to trigger remote ad-insertions
  • flexible easy-to-user interface with preconfigured streaming setups

    The software is based on the nanoStream SDK, a easy-to-use software toolkit to create live video encoding applications.
    The HLS Encoder is being used in 2 live shows, the songbook series showing live music shows, and the roomservice series.

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    nanoStream Live Video Encoder with 5xHLS and 2xRTMP Output

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    Live Meta Data Interface


    More information:

  • Ampya Songbook
  • Ampya Roomservice
  • Fernsehwerft
  • nanocosmos

    ampya-songbook


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    New Meta Data Add-on for nanoStream


    nanoStream Live Encoding Software Platforms now supporting meta data transport injection

    Our nanoStream SDKs, Apps and browser plugins now can be extended for sending any kind of meta data information to streaming server backends and players.
    Based on a simple JSON API, any kind of object can be embedded into live streams.
    Examples are: sending cue points, custom events, ad inserts, any kind of meta data.
    Available in nanoStream Version 3.6 on Windows, MacOS, Desktop and Browsers and Mobile Devices (iOS/Android).

    Contact us to find out more and get a quote.

    Example usage to inject RTMP meta data

  • Sending a RTMP Cue Point

    // SAMPLE JSON STRING CUEPOINT
    // { name: cuepoint, time: 0.5 }
    data = ' "name": "name1", "time": "0.5", "type": "type1", "parameters": { "p1": "v1", "p2": "v2" }';
    nanoStream.SendMetadata("onCuePoint", data, "", 0);
    


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    Berlinale Film Festival 2014 has started

    Category : Broadcast , Cinema , Featured , News

    The Berlinale Film Festival 2014 has started – world’s largest public audience film festival.

    Around 500 films with 500000 visitors will be expected this year.

    This time, a new online screening system has been introduced, with a browser based DRM system for content protection.

    nanocosmos as a long-year technology provider, added their consulting expertise for video encoding and playout, including DRM based online video, and quality checks of DCP based MXF digital cinema material in the pre-screening process.

    More Berlinale Information:

    http://www.berlinale.de/

    http://www.visitberlin.de/en/event/02-16-2014/64th-international-film-festival-berlin-berlinale-2014