Wednesday, 25 July 2018

Kinesis Video Streams now adds support for HTTP Live streaming to playback live video and recorded video

Amazon Kinesis Video Streams added support for HTTP Live streaming that has the capability to playback live video or the recorded videos with the use of HTTP based media protocol. When the video is been streamed into Kinesis Video Streams then the developers can use HTTP Live streaming capability to playback the recorded and live video from the streams. You can securely stream your videos through Amazon Kinesis Video Streams that are connected to devices such as storage, batch-oriented processing and analytics and machine learning. The HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) playback capability is fully managed service so you don’t have to build any software or infrastructure to view the H.264 that is captured by the Amazon Kinesis Video Streams. 

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