Supported streaming protocols

Axis cameras can stream only RTSP/RTP. CamStreamer App extends cameras to support RTMP, MPEG-TS, HLS or MPEG DASH protocols as well. That's why you can connect a camera to any of the following platforms.

RTMP ingest server (Universal)

RTMP ingest server (Universal)

Configure an RTMP stream to a custom RTMP server. RTMP is the most popular protocol for live video on the web. CamStreamer App can connect your camera to an RTMP server and push H.264 video/AAC audio to the server. Most of the web streaming platforms receive the RTMP video. Encrypted version (RTMPS) is also supported.

MPEG-TS DVB/ATSC

MPEG-TS DVB/ATSC

Available from version 2.*

MPEG Single Program Transport Stream (SPTS) is used in broadcast systems such as DVB, ATSC and IPTV. So you can e.g. stream to a set-top box or HW decoder to convert live video from Axis IP camera to HD-SDI, SD-SDI, HDMI or DVI. The stream is transported using UDP. Multicast streaming is supported.
For legacy streaming in MPEG-2 contact us here.

The application uses H.264 encoding on all cameras. H.265 encoding runs on cameras that support it (e.g. P1375 and V5925).

SRT

SRT

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