Larix Screencaster allows streaming your device' screen content in real-time over WiFi, EDGE, 3G, LTE and 5G.
~ Live H.264/AAC encoding.
~ HEVC(H.265) encoding (where available).
~ RTSP and RTMP streaming over TCP.
~ RTMPS and RTSPS support - SSL for RTSP and RTMP.
~ Supports SRT streaming over UDP in Caller (Push) mode, SRT library version 1.4.1.
~ HEVC over RTMP is supported as non-standard experimental feature.
~ Larix Grove support https://softvelum.com/larix/grove/ for easy links distribution via Grove linksimport.
~ ABR (adaptive bitrate) is available in 2 modes:
- Logarithmic descend - gracefully descend from max bitrate down step by step. Retries to raise back to previous step every minute. Best fit for good networks.
- Ladder ascend - first cut bitrate by 2/3 and increase it back to normal as much as possible. Retries to raise back to previous steps in 15 seconds, 1.5 and then 5 minutes. Best fit for networks with big losses.
- Variable FPS can be used as an option, it will reduce bitrate by decreasing FPS in addition to changing the bitrate value. Notice that it heavily depends on your device' capabilities and may not work on some hardware.
This feature is disabled by default. It's enabled in Video menu.
~ Streams to any media server like Nimble Streamer, Wowza Streaming Engine™, Red5, Flussonic or any other capable of RTSP, RTMP and SRT input.
~ Streams to Facebook Live, YouTube Live, Twitch and many other services capable of receiving RTMP(S).
~ Multiple simultaneous connections support - add several connections profiles and choose up to 3 connections for simultaneous streaming, E.g. stream to Nimble Streamer, YouTube and Twitch.
~ With 5G technology, multi-point publishing allows easily delivery to multiple points.
~ Limelight authentication support - publish your streams directly into Limelight CDN for further delivery.
~ Akamai / Dacast authentication support - publish streams to any Akamai-powered CDN like Dacast.
~ Support for Periscope Producer - choose correct Target type when creating connection.
To set up iOS screencasting please refer to these docs:
~ https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT207935 - Apple Support article
~ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvkkcRP8-2Y - Apple Support video
~ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n-A4yspoaBQ - our video showing in-app streaming setup
You can browse full document reference for all details regarding setup, usage, streaming to popular platforms like Facebook Live, YouTube Live and other targets:
If you'd like to use our RTSP/RTMP/SRT streaming library in your own app visit our webpage to get streaming library and SDK.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.