First officially launched for the iPhone in April, the GoCoder app easy set up and ability to quickly stream video has drawn the interest of professional news organizations and law enforcement agencies in need of a fast, branded mobile recording solution. For existing Wowza Media Server users, the GoCoder app can be calibrated to stream live in just minutes. After initial setup, users can simply open the app and begin live broadcasts instantly.
"For fast moving content providers, bulky camera equipment, expensive transmitters, and long setup times can be a liability," said
The GoCoder app, the first software-based live streaming solution on a mobile/portable device, is optimized to route live content via Wowza Media Server, forming an end-to-end system that can stream video to any device with complete security. With Wowza Media Server in the content flow, users can also record live broadcasts.
The intuitive, contextual interface lets users choose video filters, manual bitrate settings, and HD settings up to 720 kbps. Touch-to-focus and touch-to-expose capabilities keep videoing agile while users on iPad 2 and iPhone 4 or newer can utilize torch mode for constant lighting. The GoCoder app broadcasts HD content from any location to any device using H.264 video, AAC audio, and adaptive bitrate streaming. The GoCoder app features RTSP authentication and both TCP and UDP transports to connect to Wowza Media Server.
For more information about the Wowza streaming media software, visit www.wowza.com.
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