Streams (short for Video streams) are designed to simplify provisioning, management, and performance monitoring of video streams.
- For IP Cameras that you link to your Application, Streams are automatically created and managed for you. IP Cameras typically contain one or more Streams, each with a different bitrate and configuration.
- You can also configure RTSP, HTTP, File video streams by specifying their URLs.
- Streams are also created when you deploy a Pipeline that has one or more RTSP or WebRTC nodes in it.
URI (aka Live) Streams are created by specifying a RTSP or HTTP URI. Live streams are processed in real time, and Lumeo will attempt to restart any Pipeline Deployments that use Live streams if the stream goes offline or encounters an error.
Live streams are billed at a fixed price per-active-stream per-month basis.
File Streams are created by uploading a Video file to Lumeo or specifying the File URI. They are processed as fast as possible (ie as fast as your hardware allows) and Lumeo will not attempt to restart any Pipeline Deployments when a File stream finishes processing.
File streams are billed on the basis of the run length of the input file as measured in video-minutes.
Pipeline Streams are output streams, created by a Stream RTSP Node or Stream WebRTC Node in a Pipeline. These streams may be used to view the output of the pipeline in a browser or as inputs to another pipeline.
RTSP Node : This node streams the output as RTSP over the local network. This node serves the input (encoded) video stream over rtsp at :
WebRTC Node : This node makes the output available as a WebRTC stream. This node serves the input (encoded) video stream over webrtc at :
In order to use a URI Stream or an output RTSP stream in a Pipeline, add a Video Source Node to the Pipeline.
RTSP Streams can be viewed with a native player such as VLC, or configured in a VMS, using the RTSP URL found on the stream's detail page.
WebRTC Streams can be viewed in the Console (on the Pipeline's Deployment detail page, or on the Stream's detail page). Instructions for embedding the stream in a webpage, or IFRAME, or sharing a publicly viewable link can be found on the Stream's detail page as well.
See Streams API ref.
Updated 2 months ago