Supported Streaming Devices

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Video players supported are any with appropriate protocol support on streaming devices, including Adobe Flash, Microsoft Silverlight (in-browser, out-of-browser, Windows Phone), VLC, Apple QuickTime, Apple Safari (HTML5), iPhone/iPad/iPod touch, 3GPP (Android, Blackberry, Symbian, etc.), IPTV set-top boxes, game consoles (Wii, PS3, Xbox 360), and others.

Streaming of live and on-demand video, audio, and RIAs (rich Internet applications) is achievable over public and private IP networks to desktop, laptop, and tablet computers, mobile devices, IPTV set-top boxes, internet-connected TV sets, and other network-connected devices. Our multiprotocol system can stream to multiple types of playback clients and devices simultaneously, including the Adobe Flash player, Microsoft Silverlight player, Apple QuickTime player and iOS devices (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch), 3GPP mobile phones (Android, BlackBerry OS, Symbian, etc), IPTV set-top boxes (Amino, Enseo, Roku and others), and game consoles such as Wii and PS3). Some devices that have been tested are listed below.

Mobile Handsets and Handheld Streaming Devices

  • Apple iPhone all flavors OS 3.0 or greater
  • Apple iPod touch all flavors OS 3.0 or greater
  • Apple iPad 1, 2 and 3
  • BlackBerry Curve 8900/8520, Storm 9500/9520/9530/9550, Bold 9000/9700, Tour 9600/9630, Torch 9800
    •   AT&T US, Verizon US, WiFi
  • Motorola Droid
    •   Verizon US, WiFi
  • Motorola Milestone
    •   Telus (Canada), WiFi
  • Motorola Rzar XT910 (2.3.5)
  • Verizon Incredible
    •   Verizon US, WiFi
  • Palm Pre
    •   Verizon US, WiFi
  • Nexus One
  • HTC Magic, Hero, Desire
  • Nokia e52, 5800, N98
  • T-Mobile G1
  • Samsung Galaxy S, Galaxy Nexus (4.0.1), Galaxy Note GT-N7000(2.3.6), Galaxy S II GT-I9100 (2.3.5), Galaxy Tab 10.1 (3.1, 3.2), Galaxy Tab (3.1), Galaxy Tab 8.9 4G GT-P7320 (3.2), Galaxy Xcover GT-S5690 (2.3.6), Omnia
  • Xperia SO-01B (NTT Docomo)
  • Casio G’zOne COMMANDO with Android version 2.2.1 and Flash Player 11
  • LG Optimus Black P970 (2.2.2), LG Prada (2.3.7)
  • Sony Ericsson Active ST17i (2.3.4), Arc (2.3.4.), Xperia Arc S LT18i (2.3.4), Xperia Ray ST18i (2.3.4)
  • ZTE Tablet Light V9 (2.1-update1)

Set-top boxes

  • Amino A130
    •   RTSP/RTP and MPEG-TS (unicast, multicast)
  • Enseo
    •   MPEG-TS (unicast, multicast)
  • Roku
    •   HLS
  • Verismo VN1000HD, VuNow
    •   MPEG-TS (unicast, multicast)

Game Consoles

  • Sony Playstation 3
    •   H.264/AAC/VP6/MP3
    •   RTMP, RTMPT
  • Nintendo WII
    •   VP6/MP3
    •   RTMP, RTMPT
  • Selected smart TVs and BluRay Players enabled for streaming

    Please also see Mobile Streaming Troubleshooting

    Best Frame Sizes for iOS devices

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