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Rules & Processing
Learn how to personnalize your streams based on the user location, time of day, user device, ...
Use Rules to define prime-time configurations
Creating a specific prime-time configuration is a great way to retain your audience and bring the best possible quality to your end users when that matters most. This can ban easily achieved with our Rule system. Rules is one of the unique features of our SaaS. It allows you to define specific configurations based on user characteristics (localization, device type, ...) or based on other events, such as the stream time or even third party API event. In this example, we'll see how to create
How do I map input components to output streams?
You want to select specific tracks from your input? You want to make sure that some components are present in your stream? Follow the guide! Before one knows where to go, one needs to know where he is The first step is to understand the type of components carried in your input stream. When you ingest a SRT stream, the latter carries a Transport Stream (as per ISO/IEC 13818-1 MPEG2 Transport Stream (MPEG2-TS). As per wikipedia, TS is a packet-based media container format for transmitting video
What is the structure of a Quortex I/O publishing point?
Let's see how publishing points can help you customize endpoint URLs used by players!
How to define your processing configurations
Processing configurations are made of video, audio and subtitles sub-configurations. Video configuration Using presets Presets are pre-defined rendition ladders that shoud cover most of your needs. Use them if you are not sure what to do. A rule of thumb for using these presets is: If your content is fast-moving, such as sports, try to use 50p framerates. This is a re