WimTV offers a complete live streaming solution that can be used in everyday life but also in the most demanding professional applications.
The figure below represents a general set up
At the transmitting side a user has the following options available
|1||Internal camera||Internal||WimLabs live producer||RTMP|
|2||External camera||USB||WimLabs live producer/FLME||RTMP|
|3||External IP camera||WiFi||WMLE||RTMP|
|4||Mobile device||—||Third party app||HLS|
FLME=Flash Live Media Encoder
WLME=WimLabs Live Media Encoder
RTMP=Real-Time Messaging Protocol
HLS=HTTP Live Streaming
The encoded stream created by the software (3rd column of the table) reaches the WimTV Streaming Server using either RTMP (cases 1-2-3) or HLS (case 4).
The receiving devices can be mobile devices (smart phones and tablets), PC/laptops or smart TVs. The transport protocols are selected by the WimTV streaming server and can be HLS for mobile devices and smart TVs, and RTMP for PCs/laptops.
Streaming to a smart TV requires that a browser be available in the smart TV set.