Datarhei/Restreamer allows you to do h.264 real-time video streaming on your website without a streaming provider
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Restreamer

Datarhei/Restreamer offers smart free video streaming in real time. Stream H.264 video of IP cameras live to your website. Upload your live video on YouTube-Live, Ustream, Twitch, Livestream.com or any other streaming solutions e.g. Wowza-Streaming-Engine. Our Docker-Image is easy to install and runs on Linux, MacOS and Windows. Datarhei/Restreamer can be perfectly combined with single-board computers like Raspberry Pi and Odroid. It is free (licensed under Apache 2.0) and you can use it for any purpose, private or commercial.

Features

  • User-Interface including login-security
  • JSON / HTTP-API
  • FFmpeg streaming/encoding the video/camera-stream, creating snapshots or pushing to a external streaming-endpoint
  • NGINX incl. RTMP-Module as streaming-backend and hls server
  • Clappr-Player to embed your stream on your website
  • Docker and Kitematic (Docker-Toolbox) optimizations and very easy installation

Upcomming releases

  • rc.8 (next 14 days)

Roadmap

  • backend refactoring
  • full REST API
  • optimizing FFmpeg handling
  • debugging features

Documentation

Documentation is available on Datarhei/Restreamer GitHub pages. We give you a lot of of informations from setting up a camera, embedding your player upon your website and streaming to services like e.g. YouTube-Live, Ustream and Livestream.com and many more things.

More additional informations about streaming, cameras and so on you can find in our Wiki.

Help / Bugs

If you have problems or found a bug feel free to create a new issue upon the Github issue management.

Want to talk to us? Write an email to open@datarhei.org, go to Support or choose a nickname speak to us in IRC: irc.freenode.net/#datarhei (webchat). You could ask a question in our (Forum) on Google Groups, too.

Authors

The Datarhei/Restreamer was created by Julius Eitzen, Sven Erbeck, Christoph Johannsdotter and Jan Stabenow.

Special thanks for supporting this project continuously to Andrew Shulgin.

Copyright

Code released under the Apache license. Images are copyrighted by datarhei.org