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Hardware encoder that works with AMS


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I have been using OBS to stream video to AMS. I would like to use hardware for to encode the video signal and stream that directly into AMS. Is anyone doing that? If so, what model encoder? I need am encoder that can do all frame rates. Thanks in advance

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Hi Brandon

You can use NVIDIA or Intel Quicksync GPUs on the server where Ant Media Server runs to perform encoding functions through GPUs to feed Ant Media Server with encoded stream.

If you prefer to have external hardware as encoder, you can consider brands like Teradek.

Does that answer your question?

Alper

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If you plan to play via WebRTC, there won't be buffer as it's realtime.

However, if you plan to use DASH and HLS, there is a buffer by the nature of these protocols as they have latency around 3-5 sec to 10-12 sec.

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Thank you Alper. Any idea what is happening in my logs? 2

022-08-21 13:33:23,274 [network_thread - 23456] INFO  org.webrtc.Logging - Tag:WebRtcAudioTrackExternal - Message:GetPlayoutUnderrunCount

 

This doesn't always result in clicks but I get occasional clicks and pops in the audio. I am really trying to fix that.  Also, it's much much more frequent when I have clients on the stream I can stream to myself all day long with very little issues. When a client with poor quality internet opens the stream, I get much. more frequent clicking and popping. Any help would be appreciated. 

Thank you

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Looking for a Hardware Encoder that could support 50 + Streams. NVIDIA seems to support only 4 simultaneous streams, any recommendations?  ( I'm aware of some patches - looking for something applicable in commercial environments)

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