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QuickTime Broadcaster

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QuickTime Broadcaster

QuickTime Broadcaster
QuickTime Broadcaster Icon
Developer(s) Apple Inc.
Stable release 1.5.3 / 27 January 2009 (2009-01-27)
Operating system Mac OS X
Type Server software
License Freeware
Website //broadcaster/quicktime.com.applewww

QuickTime Broadcaster is an audio and video RTP/RTSP server by Apple Inc. for Mac OS X. It is separate from Apple's QuickTime Streaming Server, as it is not a service daemon but a desktop application. It is able to stream live video and audio over a network in any QuickTime supported streaming codec.

The latest version delivers increased compatibility with Mac OS X Leopard and provides important bug fixes.

New features include:

  • H.264 (MPEG-4 Part 10 video) live broadcasting
  • 3G streaming support for sending live broadcasts to multimedia enabled cell phones
  • Dramatically improved performance for streaming 640x480 30fps video
  • Increased standards support including 3GPP and ISMA (Internet Streaming Media Alliance)

External links

  • Official website


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