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Kurento RTSP/HTTP URI to WebRTC example
This project is a simple example showing how to tranform a RTSP URI or an HTTP video URI feeds into a WebRTC stream.
Be sure to have installed Node.js in your system:
curl -sL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup | sudo bash - sudo apt-get install -y nodejs
Also be sure to have installed Bower in your system:
sudo npm install -g bower
To launch the demo, run:
cd kurento-rtsp2webrtc bower install
An HTTP server is required for these demos. A very simple way of doing this is by means of a NodeJS server. This server can be installed as follows:
sudo npm install -g http-server
Then, in each demo folder execute this command:
Finally, open this URL in your browser: http://localhost:8080/
Insert the RTSP or HTTP video feed into the input text and press "start"
The demos accept some optional GET parameters given on the URL, you only need to add them to the query string in the same way you would add them to the Node.js executable on your command line:
All the demos accept the ws_url parameter to set the WebSocket Kurento MediaServer endpoint, other parameters specific to each demo can be found at the top of their index.js files.
What is Kurento
Kurento provides an open platform for video processing and streaming based on standards.
This platform has several APIs and components which provide solutions to the requirements of multimedia content application developers. These include:
- Kurento Media Server (KMS). A full featured media server providing the capability to create and manage dynamic multimedia pipelines.
To download binary releases of Kurento components visit http://kurento.org
Code for other Kurento projects can be found in the GitHub Kurento group.