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Upload your live content to Quortex I/O: the full guide!
Select your input regions
When creating a new channel pool, the first thing to define is the "Input Region". In short, the rule of thumb is to select the region nearest to where your streams are being originated. Don't panic if you don't see a region that seems to fit with that rule. Just select the nearest one, really. The SRT protocol used to ingest the streams comes with a very effective error recover
Choose the right Input Protocol
Quortex I/O offers two different Protocols to submit Input Channels, SRT and RTMP. Since both Protocols have extremely different Characteristics in terms of Reliability and Security, we want to take a deeper look into both to help you understand the differences and choose the right one for your Workflow. The Real-Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP) is a mature, well established streaming protocol with a reputation for reliability thanks to its TCP-based packet-retransmit capabilities and adjust
How to choose your SRT input type?
Quortex I/O offers two input modes: Listener (aka server mode): this is the default mode, where Quortex I/O will act as a SRT server and listen for incoming connections from your SRT clients. Caller (aka client mode), where Quortex I/O will act as a SRT client and will initiate the connection to your SRT server. We do not support the SRT "Rendez-Vous" mode You may wonder what are the differences between these two modes and why you should choose one or the other. Both m
Setting up a Highly Available input
Quortex I/O supports redundant inputs, to make sure your content is always delivered. Concepts An Quortex I/O input is made of one of two streams. A stream can be a SRT caller/listener, a RTMP endpoint or a slate image. Different stream types can be mixed within a given input. Stream Selection The platform will automatically select the inp
Using the RTMP Input
Quortex supports RTMP and RTMPS as input protocols. Although it offers less flexibility and resiliency than SRT, RTMP is still widely available and can be used for ingesting your stream. You can check this article if you want to learn more about SRT and RTMP protocols. Selecting RTMP When using RTMP, the endpoint will be automatically created by the platform. Hence, you don't have any parameter to enter. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/9845223dbfb4e800/rtmpinput_1j9dumu