- Streaming broadcasting
is a method of transmitting the multimedia stream from the server to the client.
is an RTMP-streaming media server with open source code written in the Java programming language.
The Red5 Media server supports:
- streaming video (FLV, F4V, MP4, 3GP);
- streaming audio (MP3, F4A, M4A, AAC);
- Recording Client Streams (FLV and AVC+AAC in FLV container);
- protocols: RTMP, RTMPT, RTMPS, and RTMPE.
- RTMP (Real Time Messaging Protocol)
protocol of data streaming, which is used for transmission of video and audio streams from web cameras over the Internet.
- Payment Service Provider
(PSP) a company that provides corporations or individuals with online services involving receipt of bankcards and electronic money.
(Qualified Security Assessor) a company certified by the Council for the Safety Standards of the Payment Card Industry and having the right of evaluation for compliance with PCI DSS.
- Internet Acquiring
— accepting payment cards for payment over the Internet using a specially designed user interface, or API.
— a set of ready-made functions provided by the service for use by external software products.
- Acquirer bank
— a bank that receives payment card funds from payers and provides refunds to outlets in which the services were paid for with a card.
— a group of servers, united by high-speed links and representing a single hardware resource from a user's perspective.
- Load balancing
— distribution of the process of task implementation across multiple servers in order to optimize the use of resources and to reduce the computation time. It can also be used to increase the width of the communication channel, which is important when using a streaming video.
- WEBCAM CHAT
- about the paid video broadcasting
- a turnkey solution for a webcam business
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