Phenix supports contribution of content from a variety of sources, such as those summarized in the table below. Phenix also supports IP cameras via RTSP as detailed in this article.
The Phenix Encoder and SDKs provide content to the Phenix platform via Phenix ITP™ (Interactive Transport Protocol, built on and compatible with W3C-standard WebRTC). The Phenix hardware encoder also extracts and passes through CEA-708 closed captions, passes through SCTE-104 and SCTE-35 ad markers, and converts Nielsen watermarked audio to ID3 tags.
For the best combination of latency and quality, use the Phenix Encoder.
|SDI, MPEG-TS over UDP (unicast or multicast), or RTSP input to Phenix Encoder||Phenix ITP||Raw, H.264, and other codecs, up to 1080p60||Mono or stereo AAC, PCM, and other codecs; 48kHz sample rate|
|Third-party encoder||SRT, RTMP||H.264 or VP8, up to 1080p60||Mono or stereo AAC or Opus; 48kHz sample rate|
|Phenix SDKs||Phenix ITP||User video (e.g., webcam)||User audio (e.g., microphone)|
AAC audio must be must be MPEG-2 ADTS, not MPEG-4 LOAS/LATM.
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